Year Published: 2003

A tree trial at Berwick December 2002 to June 2003

The trial set out to develop ideas for a simple, low cost flood and drain rack – for use with a proposed new family of 3D air-pruning propagation cells. The cells and their nursery environment are being designed to work in harmony…

Arboriculture education

Arboriculture- the care and management of trees- is an increasingly important industry in the urban environment yet the extent of education and training in this area is unclear…

Social preferences for street trees

Street trees provide a wide range of social benefits. Air quality, wildlife habitat, property values, shade and aesthetic appeal are some of the most widely recognized…

As we think – so we manage

This paper discusses risk management as it applies to urban amenity trees. My purpose is not to set out a particular authority’s model for review or to explain what risk management is – that has been extremely well covered in recent years – rather, it is to explore the reasons I believe tree risk management poses such difficulty to bringing it into routine practice…

Arboricultural innovations in urban tree establishment

Every day thousands of trees are planted in our towns and cities by people from a wide range of industries and professions including Construction workers, Horticulturists, Arborists, Green Keepers, Maintenance workers, Council workers, subcontractors, volunteers and many more…

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