S. Cassar, C. Lawry, D. Cooney, G. Williams, D. Lawry Introduction Many Council’s are now proactively managing their trees as assets, and are identifying those with special relevance to the community. Councils including Mount Barker have adopted the Tree Protection Policy under the Development Act 1993, but this only covers limited attributes of trees which…

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Version 1 Sam Cassar Introduction Historic (culturally significant) trees, streetscapes and avenues form significant landscape features and have a large impact on the landscape, both visually and environmentally. Historical trees are known as heritage or as it has been colloquially described ‘the things we want to keep’ (Dr Olsen 2006). The tangible and visual history…

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Sam Cassar City of Charles Sturt Introduction The tools used to manage and maintain street trees vary considerably from hand tools and power tools, to machinery and management processes. This paper is intended to outline the development of City of Charles Sturt’s new computerised street tree register which has been recently introduced to assist in…

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