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OREGON TREES IN TROUBLE: PREPARING COMMUNITIES FOR INVASIVE INSECTS & DISEA...

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2017 Brown Bag Seminars - Lunch & Learn

FREE! Noon-1:30 p.m. Bring and eat your lunch while you learn!


Our urban areas and adjacent forests are predicted to be the first place where invasive forest insects and diseases will show up in the state.

Oregon’s urban and community forests provide important environmental, social, and economic services. Invasive insects and diseases, such as emerald ash borer and Asian longhorned beetle, threaten these trees, as well as Oregon’s 67 native tree species.

Please join us if you manage/maintain trees in or near developed areas or large landscapes - such as city parks, golf courses or campuses. You will learn about practices you can adopt to prepare for and detect invasive insects and diseases before they establish in your community.

Join us to familiarize yourself on the invasive insect and disease threats in Oregon, become informed on management options, and view the inspiring film Trees in Trouble: Saving America’s Urban Forests.



Seminars are being held around the state:

  • August 28 in Dallas
  • August 29 in Coos Bay
  • August 30 in Cottage Grove
  • August 31 in Milwaukie
  • September 19 in Pendleton
  • September 21 in Redmond
  • September 26 in Forest Grove

Select the date corresponding with the location of the seminar to register. Registered attendees will receive a confirmation email containing the address for the location of the seminar.



Space is limited – early registration is encouraged.

No walk-ins please.

Attending ISA Certified Arborists are eligible for 1 CEU.




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