Wisconsin Community Tree Management Institute

CTMI is a continuing education course specifically tailored to the needs of municipal parks, planning or public works employees who have tree related responsibilities, but do not have a strong background in urban forestry. This training is appropriate for those who manage or contract forestry work, review planting plans, issue permits, or inspect trees. The course focuses heavily on management, rather than the technical aspects of municipal forestry programs.

CTMI is one of the most innovative and cost-effective forestry training programs in the Upper Midwest. Any local government employee seeking to enhance their management skills, improve the quality of their community, keep their public safe, and reap economic, environmental and social benefits that community trees provide should attend CTMI!

Dates and Locations

There are three, two day CTMI sessions scheduled for 2017–2018. To be accepted into the program, participants must be able to attend all three sessions.

Session I:  Management and Administration

October 17-18, 2017

Green Lake, WI

Session II: Technical and Policy Issues

February 6-7, 2018

Green Lake, WI

Session III: Field Operations – Tour

June 19-20, 2018

Stevens Point, WI

 Program Cost: $350

Fees include all course materials, meal and lodging costs for all three sessions. Participants are responsible for their own travel costs.

Application Deadline: June 30, 2017

 

For more information please contact your Regional Urban Forestry Coordinator.