Class: Trees 201
Saturday, January 12, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM (EST)
Getting to know a tree means more than simply knowing its name. What are its outstanding characteristics year-round? What are its limitations or tolerances in urban conditions and societal contexts? This course is geared toward Citizen Foresters, Project Organizers and others interested in building confidence in tree identification and selecting the right tree for the right place. Classroom and field sessions will be combined.
Getting There The Metrorail station is Brookland-CUA (Red Line) which is a 10 minute walk. The Metrobus stop is near the intersection of 12th and Irving Street NE (served by the H8) or the Brookland-CUA Metro station (served by the H2, H4, H6, G8, R4 and 80). At our office, there is ample street parking and we accommodate bicycles on-site.
Stephanie Juchs, Community Education Coordinator, Casey Trees
Sara Turner, Urban Forestry Manager, Casey Trees, ISA Certified Arborist
Who Should Attend? Citizen Foresters, Project Organizers and others interested in building confidence in tree identification and selecting the right tree for the right place.
Meals Light breakfast and lunch is provided. Please note your dietary preferences and/or allergies when registering so we can attempt to accommodate your needs.
Continuing Education Credits ISA Continuing Education Credits pending.
Casey Trees is a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit established in 2002 committed to restoring, enhancing and protecting the tree canopy of the nation’s capital. To learn more about Casey Trees, visit caseytrees.org.
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