CE for All

Webinars on Your Computer

Archived webinars are an easy way to meet some of your required Continuing Education credits. All but trainees and recent graduates need to log 8 CE hours per year. Each webinar runs about an hour.

TREE Fund, associated with the International Society of Arboriculture, has archived many webinars for people interested in trees. During the June webinar, Dr. Nina Bassuk of Cornell University discussed the profound effects of human development on urban soils. Soils are inevitably compacted and regraded or paved over during construction projects. Dr. Bassuk has developed the “Scoop and Dump” method of soil remediation, akin to a compost injection into the soil. Watch her webinar to hear how this low-impact solution has been proven to remediate degraded soils and provide a long-term solution towards creating a sustainable landscape after construction. For this and other TREE Fund webinars, click here.

For archived on-demand climate webinars presented by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, click here. The latest is an analysis of climate change impacts on tree species of the Eastern United States.

About TreeStewards

TreeStewards of Arlington and Alexandria, Virginia, are trained volunteers who work to protect, preserve, and enhance urban tree canopy through public education and volunteer activities such as planting, pruning, and caring for trees.
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