Managing Tree Risk in Public Gardens: From Uncertainty to Understanding
This three-part webinar series was made possible through the support of The Davey Tree Expert Company. This series will help attendees understand the language of tree risk and learn what institutions need to manage risk and equip themselves with the tools to achieve their risk management goals. It will help to provide a framework for making decisions and allocating time and resources in an effective way. Everyone in a public garden has some role in caring for a tree collection, so join this webinar series to learn more about what you can do to take the next step!
Webinar 3: Perspectives on Tree Risk in Public Gardens: An Interactive Panel Discussion
Tree Risk Management is an ongoing process and relies on a multidisciplinary thought process and skill set. The series will close out with an interactive panel discussion following the efforts and approaches of industry leaders fostering sustainable tree management in public gardens. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about how core concepts in tree risk management can be operationalized in public gardens. Panelists will share case studies of their gardens, providing insight on their processes, challenges and perspectives for constructive change. Join us, with your questions!
Martin Nicholson, Arboretum Curator
John Berryhill, Landscape Curator
Botanical Garden of Smith College
The Davey Tree Expert Company Representative
This webinar qualifies for (1) International Society of Arboriculture CEU
- Garden Management
- Plant Curation & Conservation