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Successful Strategies for Preserving Tree Canopy in our Communities
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Despite outbreaks of insects and diseases in certain tree species, there are success stories of replanting, managing, and sustaining the tree canopy. Model programs with demonstrated success against some of the known pathogens affecting trees such as elm, ash and London plane will be addressed in this day-long symposium.

3/11/2014
When: March 11, 2014
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Where: Haverford College
370 West Lancaster Avenue
Stokes Hall Auditorium
Haverford, Pennsylvania  19041
United States
Contact: Morris Arboretum Education Department
215-247-5777, ext. 125

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Despite outbreaks of insects and diseases in certain tree species, there are success stories of replanting, managing, and sustaining the tree canopy. Model programs with demonstrated success against some of the known pathogens affecting trees such as elm, ash and London plane will be addressed in this day-long symposium

Click here for more information and to register:  Successful Strategies for Preserving Tree Canopy in Our Communities

This conference carries CEUs for ISA certified arborists and PA landscape architects. It also carries pesticide update credits from the PA Dept. of Agriculture and qualifies for 6 PCH and Landscape Industry Certified CEUs.

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