2020 Research Round-Up Benefitting The Britton Fund - NEW DATE

on Thursday, December 17, 2020
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Webinar Description:

Join us as we cover the research found by projects funded by The Britton Fund. We'll listen to talks about witches broom on Palo Verde, the Britton Fund tree botany project, retaining veteran trees, building tree resiliency though infrastructure mitigation, and managing landscape pests in Hawai'i. This conference benefits The Britton Fund and their research projects. 


9:45 am Welcome
Doug Anderson, Anderson Tree Care - Britton Fund Board Chair, San Jose, CA
10:00 am Witches Broom on Palo Verde
Ursula Schuch, Ph.D., Environmental Horticulture Professor, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
11:00 am Introduction to the Britton Fund Tree Botany Project
Jim Downer, Ph.D., UCCE Ventura, Ventura, CA
12:00 pm Break
12:30 pm Roles of Math and Technology, in Retaining Veteran Trees
Chris Rippey, Arborist, City of Seattle Parks and Rec, Seattle, WA
1:15 pm Update and Overview on The Britton Fund Project: Building Tree Resiliency through Urban Tree Infrastructure Mitigation Techniques
Andy Kaufman, Ph.D., Landscape Specialist Professor, University of Hawai'i, Honolulu, HI
2:00 pm Management of Key Landscape Pests in Hawai'i
Zhiqiang Cheng, Ph.D., Turf and Landscape Pest Management Professor, University of Hawai'i, Honolulu, Hi
2:45 pm Q&A and CEU Sign Out
*Please allow up to 6 weeks for processing of CEUs


  • $70.00 - WCISA Member
  • $100.00 - Non-WCISA Member

4.5 - CA / CTW
2.0 - BCMA-S
2.5 - BCMA-M

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