Upcoming Webinars: EAB University And TREE Fund

The EAB University Spring 2022 Webinars are right around the corner. All webinars are free, and many count towards continuing education programs.

Can’t watch them live? No problem! All webinars are recorded and posted afterward.

Check out the EAB University Spring 2022 webinars and register for them here. All sessions begin at 10 a.m. CST.

  • Feb. 24: The Biology and Management of the Invasive Spotted Lanternfly. Holly Shugart, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Scholar, Pennsylvania State University
  • March 1: Firewood Rules, Certifications, and Recommendations across the USA.
    Leigh Greenwood, Forest Health Program Director, North America Region, The Nature Conservancy 
  • March 3: The Worst Kind of Snowbird: The Invasion of Asian Longhorned Beetle in South Carolina. David Coyle, Assistant Professor and State Extension Specialist, Clemson University 

  • March 31: Tree of Heaven: Management and Identification. Lenny Farley, Extension Forester, Purdue University 
  • May 5: Forest Pest Damage from the Carbon Sequestration Perspective. Leigh Greenwood, Forest Health Program Director, North America Region, The Nature Conservancy 
  • May 26: Breeding for EAB-Resistance: What Does the Future Look like for Ash? Jennifer Koch, Research Biologist, US Forest Service

TREE Fund has also announced their 2022 webinar series. These webinars bring you the latest in tree research directly from the scientists themselves.

TREE Fund’s one-hour webinars are free and offer 1.0 CEU (only for live broadcast) from the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA), the Society of American Foresters (SAF), the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) and sometimes the Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System (LACES). See webinar descriptions for specifics.

Registration will open approximately one month before the program date. Space is limited and pre-registration is highly recommended.

All sessions begin at noon (Central).

  • March 22: The Cost-Effectiveness of Integrated Vegetation Management. John Goodfellow, BioCompliance Consulting, Inc.
  • April 19: Enhancing the performance of urban stormwater management schemes with tree selection: developing a new approach to accessing waterlogging tolerance of temperate trees. Andrew Hirons, Ph.D., University Centre Myerscough
  • Nov. 1: Non-invasive tree root detection: What is state of the art? Dr. Andrew Millward, and Justin Miron, Ph.D. student, Ryerson University
  • Dec. 6: Engaging underserved populations in community tree management activities. Dr. Jason Gordon, University of Georgia Research Foundation, Inc.
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