Tree Training in a Day is a workshop for Tree Commissions, mayors and local government decision makers, workers managing urban forests and stormwater practices, students interested in a career in forestry or arboriculture, and people who want to preserve, protect, and grow healthy tree canopy.
The training day is on Friday, April 8, 2016, 8:30am to 4pm,
at Tri-C East, 4250 Richmond Rd., Highland Hills, Ohio.
- Expand your knowledge and sharpen your skills.
- Learn what arborists do and how they do it.
- See how trees work to manage stormwater.
- Participate in hands-on exercises with tools of the trade.
- Take home a workbook full of useful materials.
The program includes:
- Tree Commission Academy - The Short Course
- Support your local arborist
- Outdoor exercises - A walkabout in the woods
- Online resources and how to use them
Register Today! The workshop is free, as is lunch, but you must register by March 30.
Contact Peter Bode at 216-241-2414 x307, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Presented by Cuyahoga River Restoration / Cuyahoga ReLeaf, and made possible by a grant from the Tree Fund, with additional support from our generous sponsors: Tree Fund, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry, Cuyahoga River Restoration, Davey, EnviroScience, and Tetra Tech.