A300 Tree Care Standards Workshop
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Registration ends ends Mar 03
The A300 Committee is coming to California. We are happy to partner with TCIA to bring a half day workshop to the Sacramento area.
Proper care and maintenance of trees, from planting onward, will assure long-term health and minimize interference with infrastructure.
This workshop will review how A300 standards are used for:
- Writing specifications for all aspects of tree work
- Development of training materials for employees and volunteers involved with tree care
- Assure a clear understanding of proper tree care for regulators, governments, and legal authorities.
Workshop Agenda (subject to change)
||Overview of ANSI A300 Standards, their purpose, develop, and use
Sam Hill, ASC A300 Committee Chair
||Part 1, Pruning
Geoff Kempter, Technical Services Manager, Asplundh Tree Experts and Wayne Dubin, Bartlett Tree Experts
||Part 6, Planting and Transplanting
Dr. Richard Hauer, Director of Urban Forestry // UNUC
||Break with Attendees and Speakers
||Part 9, Tree Risk Assessment
Dr. Tom Smiley, Plant Physiologist and Soil Scientist, Bartlett Tree Research Lab
||Practical applications, writing work specifications using A300 Standards
All Committee Members
Who should attend this meeting
- Urban Foresters
- Landscapes Architects
- Public Works Personnel
- Political Decision Makers
- Others concerned with the health and care of urban trees
$50 members before 3/3/2023 / $75 at the door
$75 nonmembers before 3/3/2023 / $100 at the door
Earn ISA and CTSP CEUs for attending.
3.75 C/T/MS - BCMA Practice
Rocklin Event Center
2650 Sunset Blvd
Rocklin, CA 95677