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Drought Tolerance in Trees – Improving Tree Selection for Challenging Urban Sites

  • November 30, 2017
  • Webinar

Drought Tolerance in Trees – Improving Tree Selection for Challenging Urban Sites

Dr. Andrew Hirons  

Senior Lecturer in Arboriculture, Myerscough College, U.K.

Looking for trees that can establish and survive in challenging urban environments? Of course you are! In this webinar, Dr. Andrew Hirons will explain how drought tolerance is one of the most important determinants of a tree’s ability to survive in the urban forest. You will gain an understanding of the basic mechanisms of drought tolerance and insight into tree mortality from drought, giving you practical strategies for managing trees in urban spaces. Dr. Hirons will also share his latest research on using specific plant traits to improve tree selection decisions for challenging urban sites. 

Read about Dr. Hirons' work funded by TREE Fund HERE

·     Thursday, November 30, 2017, at 12:00 pm MDT (Translate to your time zone here).

·     One CEU available from ISA or SAF; must watch live broadcast to receive CEU credit.

·     Webinar will be archived within one week of broadcast at treefund.org/webinars.

Pre-registration is recommended. In doing so, you will receive a reminder email the day of the webinar.

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On November 30, click button to join the webinar.

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 Special thanks to Utah State University Forestry Extension and Utah Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands for hosting this webinar.

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