October 24, 2019
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Continuing Education & Conference Center
1890 Buford Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55108
2019 Fall Conference
Arbor Ethics: Arborists Aspiring To Do The Right Thing
Our actions as arborists leave lasting impacts on the communities we serve. How do our arboricultural methods interact with the surrounding environment? What ecological considerations can we implement into our best practices? What’s the deal with hazard tree assessments? Is managing an excellent municipal forestry program on a budget even possible? Explore perspectives on these questions and more at MSA fall conference, as we delve into the world of Arbor Ethics: arborists aspiring to do the right thing.
In the world of arboriculture, we never stop learning. New data and sage wisdom continually arise to inform our outlook and methods. Come share in the conversation and be inspired with ideas to take back to your workplace.
-Ecosystem approaches in urban forest management
-Treecare impacts on pollinators
-Tree law and hazard tree assessments
-Effective management of a municipal forestry budget
-Urban wood utilization showcase – see how Minnesota folks are repurposing removed trees! If you have a project you’d like to share, contact Danielle.
-Recycle Gear & A Beer – bring your ideas about how to repurpose and reuse your work gear during our post-event social hour. And also have a beer.
$150 non-member, $130 member, $40 student (must provide proof of student status)
You can checkout with a credit card or choose to receive an invoice to pay by cash or check.
No refunds will be issued for cancellations after October 17, 2019.