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Wednesday June 22, 2022
 
7:30 AM
https://nysufc.org/releaf-workshop-reg-r9/
Contact  urbanforestry@dec.ny.gov

Day of Safety Workshop in Buffalo on June 22nd. This full day workshop is supported by funds from the US Forest Service to our Urban Forestry program and organized by the Western NY ReLeaf committee. Training is provided by Arbormaster and attendees will rotate through three stations over the course of the day in road side safety, aerial lift safety, and chain saw safety. We strongly encourage municipalities to participate in this event designed based on training requests from communities across the state. Please see the attached brochure for complete details.

Lunch and a mid-morning break are provided, this event will be mostly outdoors except in the event of inclement weather. $25 for ReLeaf and NYS Urban forestry council members, $50 for general public. Registration required, walk-ins won’t be accepted. Registration fees are non-refundable, but may be transferred to another person. Register online: https://nysufc.org/releaf-workshop-reg-r9/ If you need an invoice please register then send us an email.

ISA credits will be available for this program.


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