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Check out this year's agenda: 2017 Agenda
The Vermont Urban & Community Forestry Program is hosted a one-day conference on Thursday, May 4th, 2017 in honor of Arbor Day and all of the hardworking professionals and stewards that care for our community trees.
The Vermont Arbor Day Conference is designed for the stewards of Vermont's urban trees and community forests and will provide an opportunity to enhance technical skills, engage in urban forestry hot topics, and network. The conference is open to all and intended to support tree care professionals, municipal staff, tree wardens, tree board members, citizens, and all tree enthusiasts.
Four simultaneous tracks were offered and geared toward separate audiences: professionals (municipal leaders), arborists, forest health interest, and volunteers. View detailed agenda.
The conference also celebrated Vermont's Arbor Day with a proclamation and recognition of Vermont Tree Stewards Awards and Tree City, Tree Line, and Tree Campus designations. Joe Murray, consulting arborist & educator, was the keynote speaker.
Questions about the conference? Contact Gwen at firstname.lastname@example.org