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TBG’s Urban Ravine Symposium and Urban Tree Workshop

For the fourth year in a row, TBG will deliver a full-day of ravine exploration, learning and fun at its annual Urban Ravine Symposium. New this year is a second day of plant-focused programming – the Urban Tree Workshop. Join us for one or both of these events.

TBG’s Urban Ravine Symposium
Thursday, October 10, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Through tours, talks, displays and networking, this event will contribute greatly to the growing enthusiasm and expertise for urban ravine restoration. Check-out the exciting presentation line-up – a little science, a little art, and a whole lot of inspiration! More details will be added throughout the summer. Price includes all presentations, lunch and coffee breaks.

Click here for the draft symposium agenda.
Click here for speaker and tour guide bios.

This symposium has been pre-approved for 2.5 continuing education credits under SER’s CERP Program.

In addition, the symposium is eligible for OALA CE credits under Category 2: Relevant Educational Programs, and is pre-approved for Continuing Education Credits for ISA members.

Early bird registration prices in effect until September 20.

TBG’s Urban Tree Workshop: How to Grow Your Own Forest from Local Seed
Friday, October 11, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Henry Hughes of Birmingham Botanical Garden’s Centennial Trees will expand on his symposium keynote address, providing detailed advice on establishing and maintaining a native tree seed bank, seed propagation, seedling care, planting with volunteers, and long-term stewardship. Workshop agenda to come.

This workshop has been pre-approved for 4 continuing education credits under SER’s CERP Program.

In addition, the workshop is eligible for OALA CE credits under Category 2: Relevant Educational Programs, and is pre-approved for Continuing Education Credits for ISA members.

Early bird registration prices in effect until September 20.

Please share this event information with friends and colleagues, as well as on social media.

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See you in October!

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