Each year, we offer a series of trainings for Forest Stewards and frequent volunteers. Join us to learn more about restoration best management practices, community engagement, and urban forest ecology.
Pacific Madrone Decline and Recovery| Saturday, February 16th
Join the Arbutus ARME at the Camp Long to celebrate all-things Pacific madrone! In this session, we will focus on tree identification, forest ecology, pathogens, conservation and restoration efforts. We will also introduce everyone to the TreeSnap app to survey and map madrone anywhere and everywhere. This program is brought to you by Seattle Parks and Recreation in partnership with Washington State University Extension Plant Pathology Program.
Related Learning Opportunities:
The Washington Native Plant Society Central Puget Sound Chapter invites Forest Stewards and volunteers to attend their monthly programming. These events are free and open to the public. There is free plant ID help before all of the Seattle programs. Find out about upcoming programs: https://www.wnps.org/cps_programs.html
Past trainings with links
If you have suggestions for trainings that you would be interested in, or think would be helpful for others, please email Andrea.
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