Workshops, Courses and Seminars – Fall 2017 

How Trees Benefit Stormwater in the Natural State – October 24 – Cave Springs, AR – co-hosted by Illinois River Watershed Project. Healthy trees and forest management, especially along stream and river banks, can improve water quality, provide valuable habitat for native plants and animals, and stabilize stream banks. This workshop will benefit arborists, city planners, landscapers and anyone who works with trees and watersheds or water quality. Interested citizens and homeowners are welcome. Approved for 3 ISA CEUs. Attendees will receive a 3-foot tree and should wear comfortable shoes for the guided tour. Deadline to register has been extended to October 19. Please come learn about ways to improve Northwest Arkansas’s precious natural resources! Click here for brochure with agenda and registration by mail.  Click here for online registration

A Green Infrastructure Approach to Development – Improving Water Quality –  November 7 – Little Rock – date and details to be announced. SAVE THE DATE

ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (TRAQ) Course – November 13-15 in Bentonville, AR. Presented by ISA Southern Chapter in partnership with AUFC. ISA CEUs-14.5. Registrants must meet prerequisites as shown on the following link. Registration deadline has been extended to October 18. Details and registration information






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