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Urban and Community Forestry Upcoming Activities

Date Description Contact
Wednesday,
March 22, 2017
Oak Wilt: Detecting and Controlling a Lethal Disease. Location: Canandaigua. This half-day workshop will provide information about Oak Wilt and what the NYS DEC is doing to help combat it. RSVP requested by Monday March 20, 2017. Mark Gooding
585.226.2466
Thursday,
April 13, 2017
Electrical Hazard Awareness Training. Location: Rochester. This full-day workshop will provide Electrical Hazard Awareness Training. It will NOT satisfy EHAP certification. This workshop will provide a certificate of training that satisfies requirements for one major OSHA standard for individuals working 10 feet or closer to energized conductors. ISA and Planning and Zoning credits available. Early registration is due by April 5th. Garret Koplun
585.226.2466
Tuesday,
May 16, 2017
Planning a Tree (PDF, 2.5 MB) Location: Tonawanda. This full-day workshop will discuss the many considerations that need to be made during the design phase of tree planting. Topics will focus on planning for tree planting projects, including site and design considerations, selecting nursery stock, and avoiding utility conflicts. 6.5 LACES credit hours have been applied for, 6.5 ISA credit hours are available. Early registration is due by May 9th. Sally Kellogg
518.402.9428
Thursday, July 13- Saturday, July 15, 2017 2017 Urban Forestry ReLeaf Conference. Location: St. John's University. Workshops include but are not limited to NYS Forest Health Update, Research Highlights from Cornell University and USF Forest Service, and NYC Parks Natural Area tour. More information to follow. Sally Kellogg
518.402.9428

To see other DEC events, go to DEC calendar.
To see our events go to Urban and Community Forestry Calendar of Events.