Date: 
Tuesday, July 18, 2017 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm

Green Infrastructure has been elevated as means to an end for communities to deal with polluted run-off. From a design perspective, it has also been an agent of change in how urban foresters, engineers and landscape architects work together.

From a landscape architect’s perspective, join us in a journey of engagement and relationship building as we explore how past and present views on tree planting and design have merged while cultivating more respect and understanding between three professions as they work to reclaim unused lands, address environmental justice and create livable biologically functioning places in cities and towns across the nation.

Continuing Education Credits: One Continuing Education Credit for Landscape Architects; Society of American Foresters (CFEs); and PLNA Certified Horticulturalist (PCH) will be offered to attendees. One CEU for International Society of Arboriculture Certified Arborists will be awarded with 80% or higher score on webinar quiz. Certificates of attendance will be provided after the program.

Presented by: Donna Foster, Landscape Architect, US Forest Service, Northeastern Area State And Private Forestry