Summit slated on urban trees

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Montgomery Parks, part of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission is hosting the ninth annual Urban Tree Summit online on Dec. 2. The summit brings together experts in the field of arboriculture to share insights and research on recent and innovative trends in urban and suburban landscaping.

Presenters include Cornell University professor Nina Bassuk; West Virginia University professor Greg Dahle; Guy Meilleur, principal arborist at Historic Tree Care; Michigan State University professor John Ball, and Earl Eutsler, associate director of urban forestry at the DC Department of Transportation.

Registration for the event is $25 and includes access to all presentations. Continuing education credits are available.

CLICK HERE to register.

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