2022 Urban Forestry Advisor's Class
Wednesdays, September 14-October 12 (5 sessions), 9 am-1 pm
Join the West Tennessee Chapter of the Tennessee Urban Forestry Council and the Memphis Botanic Garden for an opportunity to learn about trees and issues facing the urban tree canopy. This course is designed for the general public, municipal employees, and members of neighborhood associations, tree boards, garden clubs, and plant societies. Lectures and fieldwork will cover tree biology, ID and selection, risk management, diagnostics, site analysis, tree inventory, construction protection, and the role of federal, state, and local agencies. Class size is limited; early registration is recommended.
Eric Bridges, Overton Park Conservancy
Joellen Dimond, University of Memphis
Dr. Mark Follis
Wes Hopper, Certified Arborist
Dr. Bo Kelley, Memphis Botanic Garden
Dr. David Mercker, Extension Forester
$95 (there is no Member discount)
The registration fee includes a digital handbook and dues for both the West Tennessee Urban Forestry Council and the state organization (upon submission of completed examination).
Certified Arborists: Continuing Education Credits available.
Please note: Participants who want to be certified as an Urban Forestry Advisor are required to complete 20 volunteer hours in the field of Urban Forestry.
For additional information call 901-636-4128.
If you need assistance with registration please email email@example.com.
The Memphis Botanic Garden is a not-for-profit 501(c) (3) organization dedicated to being an exemplary center for horticulture and environmental enrichment. Serving over 40,000 school-aged children annually, and hosting over 225,000 visitors each year, Memphis Botanic Garden strives to enhance lives by connecting people with nature, increasing awareness and appreciation of our environment. Our 96-acre property includes 30 specialty gardens and a Level 4 Arboretum, which provide the ability to interact with various families of plants, flowers, and trees.
The Garden offers year-round programming and events for children, families, adults, art lovers, food lovers, music lovers, gardeners, and more! Beyond our annual happenings, we have a diverse offering of adult workshops and classes, youth classes and activities, art exhibits, horticultural features and events, and outdoor fun for all. Click here to explore upcoming events at the Garden.