National Street Tree Symposium
TREENET’s annual symposium is a high point in the Australian community urban forestry calendar. Every September practitioners from government, commercial and non-profit sectors share new knowledge and are inspired in all facets of arboriculture and urban forestry.
Delegates from across Australia attend TREENET’s symposium each year to learn from recognised leaders in all fields relating to community urban forestry. Practitioners, community leaders, researchers, academics and students from all disciplines with interests in trees come to share best practice approaches, research findings and case studies to improve our country’s urban forests.
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Tree Cities of the World
Now more than ever, trees and forests are a vital component of healthy, livable, and sustainable communities around the globe. The Tree Cities of the World programme is committed to inspiring cities and towns to care for and celebrate their urban tree canopy. Become part of this new global network of cities and achieve international recognition for your leadership in urban & community forestry. Click here to start your online application for recognition 0 to log in and create your account.
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Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD)
- An investigation of the potential to use street trees and designed soils to treat urban stormwater
- Council Verges as the Next Wetland – The City of Salisbury and TREENET Working Together
- Permeable Pavements and their Influence on Tree Growth of Melaleuca quinquenervia – A Summary
- Trees and permeable paving: future symbionts