Advanced Tree Appraisal Workshop

The Georgia Urban Forestry Council is offering an advanced skills course in tree appraisal:

Location: Macon Museum of Arts and Sciences, 4182 Forsyth Road, Macon, GA. Participants will review the common methodologies available to tree appraisers, and delve into how these methodologies apply to real-world scenarios. Topics will include tree appraisal theory, review of common alternative methods, unusual circumstances, and development of the value premise. Both beginners and more advanced students will benefit.

Instructors: Jesse Milton, President, Onebark, Board Certified Master Arborist; Rob Swanson, President, Specimen Tree, Certified Arborist February 11, 8:30 a.m to 4 p.m. $100 members, $110 non-members Lunch provided.

6 ISA CEUs and 7 SAF contact hours will be offered. Certificates of attendance are available for all. Click here for a registration form (PDF).

Comments

MikeB said…
I really enjoyed the class last Wednesday. I knew very little about tree appraisal but now feel I could give a reasonable estimate of the value of a tree. Not only that, the material was presented in an easy to understand and entertaining format.

I still will defer on presenting something in a court setting.
Jesse Milton said…
Thanks for the feedback, and it was a pleasure having you there as a voice of experience.

We received some great response on the workshop content. I'm really looking forward to the Tree Conservation Workshop in Savannah in April!

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