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Delaware Forest Service’s 5th Annual Arborist Seminar at Hagley on March 3 and 4

Department of Agriculture | Forest Service | Date Posted: Friday, January 30, 2015



Champion climber and tree expert Thomas Whitelock of Advanced Arborist Solutions will present at the 5th Annual Delaware Arborist and Tree Care Seminar at Hagley Museum on March 3 and 4. Cost is $90 with lunch included.
Champion climber and tree expert Thomas Whitelock will present at the 5th Annual Delaware Arborist and Tree Care Seminar at Hagley Museum on March 3 and 4. Cost is $90 with lunch included.

 

The Fifth Annual Delaware Arborist and Tree Care Seminar will be held on March 3 and 4 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day at Hagley Museum & Soda House, 298 Buck Road, Wilmington, DE 19807. Sponsored by the Delaware Forest Service’s Urban and Community Forestry Program, the annual gathering offers classroom lectures, hands-on training, and on-site exhibits offering the latest knowledge and techniques for those interested in proper tree care and safety. This year’s topics will include: crane safety for tree care workers, pesticide application, mature tree care and hazard risk assessment, new tree and shrub introductions, how to use i-Tree to assess and manage urban forests, as well as optional CPR and first aid training. Continuing education credits for International Society of Arboriculture certification and Delaware pesticide credits will be offered.

Cost is $90 with lunch included both days. (There is no single-day registration option). All major credit cards (Mastercard, VISA, American Express, and Discover) are accepted. Attendees can register and pay online online at EventBrite. Those who wish to pay by check or money order are asked to complete the online form to complete and confirm their registration (instructions on where to mail payment are provided). Last year’s event in Sussex County drew 140 tree care professionals.

Contact: Kesha Braunskill, Delaware Forest Service, (302) 659-6704, email:kesha.braunskill@delaware.gov

 

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Delaware Forest Service’s 5th Annual Arborist Seminar at Hagley on March 3 and 4

Department of Agriculture | Forest Service | Date Posted: Friday, January 30, 2015



Champion climber and tree expert Thomas Whitelock of Advanced Arborist Solutions will present at the 5th Annual Delaware Arborist and Tree Care Seminar at Hagley Museum on March 3 and 4. Cost is $90 with lunch included.
Champion climber and tree expert Thomas Whitelock will present at the 5th Annual Delaware Arborist and Tree Care Seminar at Hagley Museum on March 3 and 4. Cost is $90 with lunch included.

 

The Fifth Annual Delaware Arborist and Tree Care Seminar will be held on March 3 and 4 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day at Hagley Museum & Soda House, 298 Buck Road, Wilmington, DE 19807. Sponsored by the Delaware Forest Service’s Urban and Community Forestry Program, the annual gathering offers classroom lectures, hands-on training, and on-site exhibits offering the latest knowledge and techniques for those interested in proper tree care and safety. This year’s topics will include: crane safety for tree care workers, pesticide application, mature tree care and hazard risk assessment, new tree and shrub introductions, how to use i-Tree to assess and manage urban forests, as well as optional CPR and first aid training. Continuing education credits for International Society of Arboriculture certification and Delaware pesticide credits will be offered.

Cost is $90 with lunch included both days. (There is no single-day registration option). All major credit cards (Mastercard, VISA, American Express, and Discover) are accepted. Attendees can register and pay online online at EventBrite. Those who wish to pay by check or money order are asked to complete the online form to complete and confirm their registration (instructions on where to mail payment are provided). Last year’s event in Sussex County drew 140 tree care professionals.

Contact: Kesha Braunskill, Delaware Forest Service, (302) 659-6704, email:kesha.braunskill@delaware.gov

 

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