Meeting Information

Tailgating with Trees/Trees and Construction

Date: May 24th , 2018

Time: 12-1:30apm

Location: Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum, 118 Woodland Ave, Dayton, OH 45409

Cost is FREE – Recommend $20 donation to the Chapter’s Scholarship Fund

Class Size limited to 25

TENITIVE APPROVED CREDITS: ISA CA-1, ISA BCMA-Practice-1, ISA Municipal Specialist-1; OCNT-1: SAF-1

Purpose: This free educational program is for Green Industry Professionals interested in meeting and networking with other industry professionals while learning about how to manage trees that are going to be exposed to construction. Bring your sack lunch and learn! Plus, ISA Continuing Education Units, ONLA and SAF CEU's. (pending)

About Your Instructor(s): Mark Webber is a Board-Certified Master Arborist and a Certified Professional Horticulturist with nearly forty years of relevant professional experience. He is a practicing arborist and horticulturist provides investigations, reports, and testimony in matters related to tree condition, maintenance and removal; management of nursery, arboricultural, and landscaping operations; and an assortment of horticultural issues. Rich Pearson is a degreed horticulturist and retired chief Horticulturist at both Chadwick and Cox Arboretums in Columbus and Dayton Ohio respectively.

Class Outline

12:00-12:30pm Eat your lunch and meet fellow green industry professionals
12:30-12:45 Location, function and form of tree roots
12:45-1:00pm Determining if a tree is likely to survive construction
1:00-1:30 How to determine the critical root zone of a tree.
1:30 Adjournment