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COMMUNITY FORESTER TRAINING

posted Feb 22, 2016, 4:47 PM by Alamo Placita   [ updated Feb 22, 2016, 4:47 PM ]
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2016 Community Forester
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-  Registration Now Open!


Have you ever wanted to learn more about trees, advocate our urban forest, educate others, or help improve your community's tree canopy?

Now is an excellent time to do just that...


The Park People, in partnership with Denver Parks & Recreation, hosts the Community Forester training program to teach volunteers to become stewards of the urban forest. With the impending arrival of Emerald Ash Borer, there's never been a more critical time to help build a strong network of skilled and knowledgeable volunteer foresters!


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BE A STEWARD OF THE DENVER URBAN FOREST 

Sign up for Community Forester ​Training

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Whether you're a veteran Community Forester wanting to brush up your skills, a Tree Steward hoping to get those last workshops to become a full-fledged

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Community Forester, or a new volunteer who wants to learn more about trees, please check out the schedule below.


Register TODAY by calling The Park People at: 303.722.6262


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Please share this info with others and help us recruit new volunteers to support our community forest.  
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For more information on each workshop, check out: 2016 Community Forester Information


COMMUNITY FORESTER TRAINING SCHEDULE


Trees 101

Sat, Mar 12, 9a-1p

Tree Planting & Health

Sat, Apr 02, 9a-1p

Pruning

Sat, May 07, 9a-1p

Identification & Inventory

Sat, Jun 18, 9a-1p

Volunteer Leadership & Community Engagement

Sat, July 09, 9a-12p

 

Registration deadline: March 10th... Apply today as class size is limited and tends to fill up quickly!


Classes are $20 ea. or you may attend all five for $80. To become a Community Forester, participants must complete all five sessions. However, individuals may take Trees 101 and at least one other class to become a Tree Steward.