College Canopy Conference

GUFC 2018 COLLEGE CANOPY CONFERENCE   

What an enjoyable day!  At this year’s College Canopy Conference at  Clayton State University in Morrow, we heard talks on the latest research regarding changing urban landscapes and concerns such as the West Nile and Zyka viruses; campus sustainability, best practices for treecare and campus communication; tree risk assessment and keeping people safe; establishing a butterfly garden, pollinator garden, or arboretum; and specific challenges for treecare on college campuses.  We’ll enjoy an interesting trail walk and talk through this lovely campus, including their QR-coded tree plantings,Spivey Hall, and the Butterfly Garden. Thank you to our sponsor, the GreenSeason Group for supporting this event.

 

 

GUFC 2016 COLLEGE CANOPY CONFERENCE

TheOxford College 2016 GUFC College Canopy Conference was September 14 at Oxford College of Emory University in Oxford, Georgia.  We heard talks on best management practices and campus management plans and enoyed tours which included the Trees of the Oxford College Quad, Oxford’s famed Yarbrough Oak, and tree care on construction projects.  We currently planning for next year’s conference!  This popular conference is a must for physical plant managers and crews, landscape directors, administrators, arborists, and others who are responsible for healthy campus urban forests.

GUFC 2015 COLLEGE CANOPY CONFERENCE

Agnes Scott College in Decatur hosted this popular conference on September 22.   Conference topics included Agnes Scott College’s urban forest audit, campus tree protection, water recycling, young tree pruning, nursery stock selection, Tree Campus USA, and the Agnes Scott Arboretum.

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Past College Conference Presentations

University of Georgia Arboretum, Michael Orr

Sonic Technology, Chris Hastings, ArborMedics

Tree Campus USA, Susan Granbery

Silva Cell Installation at Clemson, Spence Rosenfled, Arborguard

Using a Consulting Arborist, Rob Swanson, Specimen

Emory’s No Net Forest Loss, Jimmy Powell, Emory University

 

 

 

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