2022 Symposium Program
Note, this is a draft program only and subject to change.
Thursday, 1st September 2022
National Wine Centre, Hickinbotham Hall
Tim Johnson / Lyndal Plant
Welcome & Housekeeping
Uncle Mickey Kumatpi Murrutya O'Brien
Welcome to Country - Launch of 23rd Symposium
Trees, cities, drought and extreme heat
Urban microbiome restoration
Connected treed greenspace: A salve for climate change
Green infrastructure is a fundamental element of a water sensitive city
Will inner suburbs cook? Efforts to grow and save trees in the City of Unley
A community urban forest strategy
Tree valuation: a council practitioner's perspective
Case study: The Forktree Project
Achieving sustainable green infrastructure: is there a formula?
The day in review
Networking in a relaxed setting
Friday, 2nd September
Morning Workshops; 9am - 12.30pm
Commencing from Noel Lothian Hall, Adelaide Botanic Garden
Everyone will attend each session. Workshops run for 40 minutes each. Attendees will be placed into groups to rotate through the workshop sessions.
Morning tea will be held at 10.30am.
Santos Museum of Economic Botany Tour
Aussie Forest Tour
Botanic Park: Managing the challenge of Tree Conservation and Fruit Bat Colony Conservation
Economic Garden and Garden of Health Tour
Lunch - 12.30pm at National Wine Centre, Exhibition Hall
Afternoon Forums; 1.30pm - 3pm
National Wine Centre, Ferguson, Broughton and Vines Rooms
Three concurrent sessions will be held for the afternoon forums. Attendees will be able to select one from each timeslot to attend.
Afternoon tea will be held after the sessions at 3pm.
Tropical fungi and urban tree management
Fauna habitat hollows: Current and emerging knowledge
Street tree trials
Stop the rot. Phytophthora in our urban tree planting stock: are we managing the risk?
The long-term importance of urban fauna hollows
Monitoring newly planted street trees using remote sensing
Refreshments and concluding remarks in the Exhibition Hall
TREENET Annual General Meeting; The Vines Room, 3.30pm
All welcome to attend TREENET’s Annual General Meeting that will be held at the conclusion of Friday’s activities.