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Upcoming Webinars

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, July 31, 2024, 12:00 pm-1:00 pm CST

Arborist Essentials: Critical Hardware Identification and Chainsaw Maintenance for Field Work

This presentation will cover two critical aspects of modern arboriculture:
the importance of utility hardware identification and the necessity of
maintaining a sharp, debris-free chainsaw before any fieldwork.
Participants will learn how accurate identification of utility hardware can
enhance safety and efficiency in the field. Additionally, the session will
provide practical tips for ensuring chainsaws are in optimal condition,
emphasizing the benefits of regular maintenance for effective and safe tree
care operations.

COMING SOON!

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 2024, 12:00 PM CDT

Panel webinar with Overstory. Check back soon for registration!

If you have suggestions for webinars please reach out to us at office@gotouaa.org. For full access to past webinars, become a UAA member

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UPCOMING

PARTNER WEBINAR SERIES

The TREE FUND Webinar Series – Computer Vision for Hazard Tree Identification and Assessment

JULY 23, 2024  |  12PM (CST)

Dr. Jose Delpiano will be presenting his findings and research from his TREE Fund grant with the John Hylands Research Grant Program. CEUs will be available for this free webinar.

Registration will open about 3 weeks prior to the Webinar

The TREE FUND Webinar Series – Tree Caused Outages– What We Know and What We Have Learned

NOVEMBER 5, 2024  |  12PM (CST)

Dr. Greg Dahl, Associate Professor of Arboriculture at West Virginia University, and Cindy Musick, PhD Candidate at West Virginia University will be presenting their findings and research. CEUs will be available for this free webinar.

Over the past several years, Dr. Greg Dahle and PhD student Cindy Devlin Musick have worked with data acquired in Virginia to learn more about the leading cause of power outages – trees. They will share what they have learned by investigating outages and how that information has led to data-based maintenance decisions

Registration will be open approximately two weeks prior

 

Here are some of our popular webinars.

To see more of our past offerings, log in to the Member Portal. If you aren’t a UAA member, visit the Join/Renew Page

Topic: Are You a Leader or A Boss?

Learn how to:

  1. Differentiate between a leader and a boss
  2. Understand how the human performance principal applies to leadership
  3. Optimize their team’s performance

    Presented by Randy Miller.

    Topic: Damaging Trees for Biodiversity

    Not everyone subscribes to the idea of damaging young trees for nature conservation gain, and this technique is known as veteranisation. Veteranisation is a means to create decaying wood habitats more quickly on younger trees, whilst still ensuring the trees survive.

    This presentation will describe what veteranisation is, why it is worth doing, where it may be appropriate, benefits for biodiversity associated with old trees and some different techniques.

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