Educational webinars are offered throughout the year to UAA members which allows for additional CEU’s throughout the year. Please note the CEU’s are given only at the time of the webinar, similar to attending a conference.
Wednesday, March 6, 2024, 11:30 am-12:30 pm CST
The Pro-UVM Certification Program
Join us on Zoom for a short informational session on this comprehensive training program designed and facilitated by industry professionals, who will lead you through the knowledge and skills needed to plan and manage sustainable UVM programs. With a Q&A featuring some of our graduates and program facilitators.
AVAILABLE PAST WEBINAR: December 6, 2022
This presentation and research was made possible by one of the TREE Fund research grants – Bob Skiera Memorial Fund. Thank you to our the Alabama Cooperative Extension Program for hosting the webinar!
AVAILABLE PAST WEBINAR: November 1, 2022
Detailed and accurate observation of buried tree roots is difficult and elusive, and yet it is essential for the successful long-term management and protection of tree health. This presentation will describe the non-invasive methods and our efforts to improve GPR as a root detection technology.
Presentation hosted by TREE Fund and Alabama Cooperative Extension Presenters are Andrew Millward, PhD and Justin Miron, PhD Student
The Tree Fund Webinar Series- Enhancing the performance of urban storm water management schemes with tree selection
AVAILABLE PAST WEBINAR: April 19, 2022
Developing a new approach to assessing waterlogging tolerance of temperate trees: Presented by Andrew Hirons, PhD
Here are some of our popular webinars.
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ROW Reclamation: Right-Of-Way Done Right
Cutting the trees and eliminating brush is the easy part! Gaining consistency and support from internal and external stakeholders is the hard part. This is the ‘secret ingredient’ our presentation will focus on.
Topic: UVM 101- Perspectives
Presented by: Will Ortiz