The Arboricultural Association is committed to developing accessible, low cost online learning for all sections of the arboriculture industry and beyond.
With Zara Holden, Roger Parkinson and Caroline Locke.
The first webinar in our autumn series will look at the growing support for trees and their many benefits, and how projects like the Charter for Trees Woods and People can harness it to make change and inspire others.
This hands on course is ideal for tree work contractors and others who need to identify and diagnose tree pests, diseases and disorders as part of their regular work.
Post-event webinar recordings will be made available exclusively to Arboricultural Association members, so don’t miss out!
Tree Health Week kicked off with a focus on trees and fungi. Lynne Boddy discussed the complex relationships between fungi and trees, followed by Chris Wright and David Humphries, who delivered a presentation related to their upcoming publication 'Fungi on Trees: A photographic reference.'
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The second day of Tree Health Week gave us a chance to hear from two experts in their field. Mike Raupp, Professor of Entymology at the University of Maryland and regular international conference speaker. Then Katherine O'Donnell, Head of Seed Conservation and Plant Health at Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI). Katherine is coordinator of the Global Seed Conservation Challenge and the International Plant Sentinel Network.
You can watch this video now as a member benefit. Simply log in to your membership area and click on the Tree Health week section.
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The interactive panel discussion show featuring industry experts giving their views on some of the big topics affecting arboriculture and giving you the chance to have your questions answered live!
Monday 4th May 2020 – with Nicola Spence, Tony Kirkham MBE and Jeremy Barrell.
As a member you can access the whole of season one by simply logging in to the members area, to become a member of the Arboricultural Association and recieve hours of online CPD at you fingertips visit our membership page.
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As a member you can access over 35 hours of CPD by simply logging in to the members area, to become a member of the Arboricultural Association and recieve hours of online CPD at you fingertips visit our membership page.
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In this series our Technical Director, John Parker, introduces some of his favourite presentations from the Arboricultural Association Conference video archives.
Fascinating series of interviews with experts from a range of fields.
The Arboricultural Association hosted a free live webinar for the Stonehouse History Group. Technical Director John Parker delivered a presentation about the trees of Stonehouse, looking at the history of the town through trees and focusing on some of the best specimens in the area.
The Association is pleased to be able to work with a local community group in this way and to fully include Stonehouse and the surrounding areas in the global tree community which has developed around the recent webinar series. You can learn more about the Stonehouse History group here: stonehousehistorygroup.org.uk
This series of lectures – with Q&A and discussion – will lay out the framework for an ecosystem approach to urban forest management planning and implementation. The framework can be used in any city, state or country.
The management and conservation of the urban forest is primarily a social endeavor. The practice of urban forestry is rooted in ecological science. This three-part webinar series will examine how integrated social and bio-physical science is being used during development of strategic urban forest management plans and public policy to sustainably support multiple and diverse outcomes. This ecological approach will be illustrated with practical step by step examples drawn from work with the City Tampa Florida and the Dept. of Conservation which manages a 32,000-hectare natural area system of rare, threatened and endangered habitats within the Tampa, Florida Metropolitan region.
A free webinar presented by the University of Florida IFAS Extension and co-hosted by the Arboricultural Association
Thanks to the Urban Tree Festival .
Season One of the interactive panel discussion show featuring industry experts giving their views on some of the big topics affecting arboriculture and giving you the chance to have your questions answered live!