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How Urban Tree and Log Quality Affect Product Potential
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How Urban Tree and Log Quality Affect Product Potential

Many urban trees that require removal appear valuable. Indeed many are, but some caveats apply. This free webinar will help you begin to understand why some otherwise large and well-formed urban trees fail to attract a buyer. This qualifies for 1 PCH CEU.

When: August 11, 2015
Noon - 1:00 pm
Where: Webinar
Contact: Scott Sjolander

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Scott Weikert, Forest Resources Educator, Penn State Extension, will discuss how creative new uses for these trees may become apparent. Join us as Scott unlocks some secrets that trees keep hidden under their stoic canopy. Scott will describe three variables affecting quality, and show us how some common tree characteristics affect the milled wood value.

Scott Weikert is the Forest Resources Educator for Penn State Cooperative Extension in Forest County, PA. Scott’s long experience in the production industry lend insight to repurposing urban tree removal into marketable wood products. Scott’s efforts statewide and beyond include lumber grading workshops, mill process consultation, and solar kiln development.

For more information and to register click here:  How Urban Tree and Log Quality Affect Product Potential

This webinar qualifies for 1 PCH CEU.

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