From the Field: Consultant Study Praises Longview Urban Forest

This article was reprinted with permission as it orginally appeared in The Daily News (TDN) on August 9, 2018. The article was written by TDN reporter Rose Lundy. Click here for the original version. Consultant study praises Longview urban forest Longview’s urban forest received rave reviews from a consultant. Plan-It Geo LLC, a Colorado-based consultant, spent … Continue reading From the Field: Consultant Study Praises Longview Urban Forest

State Asks You to Check Trees for Invasive Forest Pests in August

This article reprinted from a news release issued by the Washington Invasive Species Council on August 8, 2016. Four state agencies and a university are asking residents to check trees in their yards for harmful bugs as part of the national Tree Check Month in August. August is the peak time of year to find … Continue reading State Asks You to Check Trees for Invasive Forest Pests in August

Are You Ready for EAB?

EAB stands for emerald ash borer, an invasive, exotic, wood-boring beetle that attacks and kills ash trees regardless of species, size, age, or health. EAB hasn't arrived in Washington state yet but all indications suggest that it will in time. The emerald ash borer, native to China, was first discovered in Michigan in the summer of 2002--likely … Continue reading Are You Ready for EAB?

Deadline to Register: 2016 Community Tree Management Institute (CTMI)

The deadline to register is June 30, 2016. To register for the 2016 Community Tree Management Institute, or for more information including a course outline, please visit https://ctmi-2016.eventbrite.com. Those who cannot make the full payment by the deadline have the option of paying a non-refundable deposit of $50 to reserve their spot at CTMI. If your job involves planning, maintenance, … Continue reading Deadline to Register: 2016 Community Tree Management Institute (CTMI)

2016 Community Tree Management Institute; you won’t want to miss it!

The Washington State Department of Natural Resources and the Oregon Department of Forestry are excited to announce the 2016 Community Tree Management Institute (CTMI). To date, approximately 175 individuals have graduated from CTMI, however, this year's offering of the course will look a lot different than previous ones. Staff have completely redesigned the CTMI curriculum to emphasize collaborative peer-to-peer learning … Continue reading 2016 Community Tree Management Institute; you won’t want to miss it!

Early Bird Registration for the 2016 Community Tree Management Institute

The Washington State Department of Natural Resources and the Oregon Department of Forestry are excited to announce the 2016 Community Tree Management Institute (CTMI). To date, approximately 175 individuals have graduated from CTMI, however, this year's offering of the course will look a lot different than previous ones. Staff have completely redesigned the CTMI curriculum to emphasize collaborative peer-to-peer learning … Continue reading Early Bird Registration for the 2016 Community Tree Management Institute

Announcing the 2016 Community Tree Management Institute

The Washington State Department of Natural Resources and the Oregon Department of Forestry are excited to announce the 2016 Community Tree Management Institute (CTMI). To date, approximately 175 individuals have graduated from CTMI, however, this year's offering of the course will look a lot different than previous ones. Staff have completely redesigned the CTMI curriculum to emphasize collaborative peer-to-peer learning … Continue reading Announcing the 2016 Community Tree Management Institute