Webinar 1: Expanding Your Business: Land Care Practices on Small-Acreage Properties
Thursday, October 22, 2020
Interview provided for viewing before webinar: Rich Anacker with A&A Tree Experts.
Description: This introductory webinar addresses issues around improving woodland health and the motivations and interests of clientele for natural area services. The Woods in Your Backyard educational program has targeted small acreage owners for many years and much has been learned about the potential market for land care services. This first session will provide an overview of land care practices, relevant certifications and the potential benefits this can provide your business. We will also discuss communicating your message to clientele.
Jonathan Kays, University of Maryland Extension, Forestry Extension SpecialistAdam Downing, Virginia Cooperative Extension, Extension Forestry Agent
There will be both ISA arborist and SAF forester continuing ed. credits available for each webinar, though to receive the credits attending the webinar(s) is required. Through a part of an urban wood utilization LSR grant partnering with Virginia grant, the Ga Forestry Commission is offering scholarships for the $35 registration fee. To receive the scholarships please use the link below and go through the following steps:
Go to the Register (Individual) tab & fill in required information. A registrar from Georgia MUST:
1) Fill in "GA Scholarship" in the comments section (under email) to receive the paid in full scholarship
2) Fill in ISA and/or SAF numbers to receive continuing education credits - must actually attend the individual webinars for credit
2) Click on Pay By Check (Checks Payable to Trees Virginia) to receive the links to the webinar
*You DO NOT need to pay anything or send a "check" as Virginia will invoice us for the number of attendees from Georgia.
REGISTRATION: Register online!
Once you have registered, you should receive a link for you to use for the webinars. If you do not receive a confirmation and link please contact
Dru Preston, Georgia Forestry Commission,
M: 478 – 283 – 5117, firstname.lastname@example.org