Fruit Trees in Communities Workshop 

November 15, 2018 – 8:45 AM to 2:30 PM

Fayetteville, AR

In lovely northwest Arkansas, we’ll hear talks on topics that will benefit arborists, community planners, and landscape design professionals, as well as interested citizens and homeowners. Attendees will learn about, “Starting a Community Orchard” with Guy Ames; “A Community Rallies around Growing Fruit” with Mark Simpson and Blair Griffin; “Growing Community through Soil” with Don Bennett, and “Pruning and Training Fruit Trees” with Krista Quinn. Included in the workshop experience will be a tour of Tri Cycle Farms and a fruit tree pruning demonstration. Lunch will be provided. See brochure with agenda here.

Registration Fee: $30 for AUFC members. $55 for non-members (includes a one-year membership).

Registration Deadline: November 9.

Online Registration: REGISTER NOW

Registration for this workshop is limited to online registration and is required in advance. The AUFC office will be closed for vacation during part of the registration period. Questions about registration: contact Katie at [email protected].

CEUs: Continuing education units (CEUs) of 4.75 from International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) are available.  Continuing education units for landscape architects (LA CES) have been applied for.

Location: Trinity United Methodist Church, 1021 W. Sycamore Street, Fayetteville, AR.

Sponsors: The Arkansas Urban Forestry Council, the USDA Forest Service, the Arkansas Forestry Commission and the Arkansas Agriculture Department.

Partners: The U of A Division of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service, Tri Cycle Farms, ATTRA and the City of Clarksville.




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