PlantNetwork Tree Forum discusses arboriculture, arboreta and all matters sylvicultural. Practical workshops are arranged to allow members to meet, compare notes and discuss problems. It was formed in 1998 under the leadership of Mark Flanagan and Tony Kirkham.
Workshops of the PlantNetwork Tree Forum are open to all but preference will be given to PlantNetwork members if space is limited.
Held at Ness Botanic Gardens in September 2018, this Tree Forum Day was led by Ness Botanic Gardens staff and focused primarily on the identification of birches and their allies, with discussion of propagation, cultivation and Betula conservation.
4 October 2017, Westonbirt Arboretum. The fully booked Tree Forum ‘tree establishment’ event at Westonbirt was a great success with many positive reviews. The 24 attendees heard how the Forestry Commission staff explained how they plan, manage and record the process of establishment
A 1.5 day event on tree safety management which was held at Yorkshire Arboretum. July 2nd and 3rd 2015.
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