A resource for tree care professionals and the public to protect and care for Georgia's trees.
ISSUES AND THREATS IN
TREE AND FOREST HEALTH CARE
Dr. Kim Coder, Lead Instructor
Professor of Tree Biology and Health Care
This biannual two-day course focuses on critical components of tree and forest health care in Southern landscapes. In-depth topics taught by senior instructors include biotic threats from emerging and important pests, and abiotic stress issues associated with drought and soil constraints.
This course is for arborists, foresters, tree health care providers, urban/community foresters, landscape architects, landscape managers, nursery managers, and others responsible for tree health care. New and experienced professionals will benefit from attending.
CEU, certification, and registration credits will be available.
Early registration by October 17: $245.00
Fee paid after October 17: $295.00
Registration ready by August 7 here
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Address: GAA ~ P.O. Box 2516, Decatur GA 30031