Tree & Forest Health Care:
Hurricane Michael & Storm Damage – First Year’s “4Rs” – Remove, Repair, Restore, Replant,
Sponsored By: Warnell School of Forestry & Natural Resources
This biannual course is a one-day, concentrated educational package on Hurricane Michael tree health impacts (one year later), and the hurricanes projected to impact Georgia’s trees and forests in the future. In-depth topics, taught by senior instructors, include a one-year retrospective of Hurricane Michael damage to trees, forests and landscapes, key tree damage lessons learned along the hurricane’s path, final clean-up recognizing damaged and dying trees, pest issues and tree health care treatments, effective replanting, understanding soil remediation, and review of research which futures hurricane intensity and landfalls.
Who Should Attend?
This course was specifically designed for arborists, foresters, tree health care providers, urban & community foresters, municipal and utility tree specialists, landscape architects, grounds maintenance managers, community planners, and civil defense storm managers. Both new and experienced tree and forest professionals will benefit from attending this one-day course.
For more information and to register go to http://conted.warnell.uga.edu/
CEU, certification, and registration credits will be available.