Consulting Arborist Society managing special trees places available

Rhod Taylor is to lead a Managing Special Trees Consulting Arborist Society module in May.

The module, held on 14 May at Arley Arboretum, Worcestershire DY12 1XJ, will comprise:

The history of arboreta: a brief overview

New sites

    Topography
    Soil Type
    Micro-climates
    Groupings etc
    Spacings
    Surveying/Mapping

Managing existing sites

    Age Classes and spacing
    Ground issues
    Diseases
    Replacements
    Interpretation

Three part accreditation based on on-site projects for managing individual trees, a small collection and the whole site.

Cost:

£125 for CAS members

£145 for non-members (includes refreshments and accreditation)

Email the chairman at chairman@consultingarboristsociety.com to book your place.

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