Urban Trees and Chewed Up Leaves: Managing Insect and Fungal Pests in the Urban and Managed Landscapes
Urban trees are subject to many abiotic and biotic stresses, due in part to the physical environment in which they grow. This webinar will discuss how stress impacts urban tree health and pest dynamics. We will cover identification of several common insect and fungal pests of urban/suburban trees, including chemical and non-chemical management strategies. We will also discuss ways to mitigate or prevent pest damage in the urban/suburban environment. This webinar is brought to you by SAF's Urban and Community Forestry (B2) Working Group.
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Is this webinar for you?
This webinar is intended for foresters and natural resource professionals, and anyone seeking for up to date information about managing insect and fungal pests in the urban and managed landscape.
Registration is open. Select the button in the right hand corner that is labelled "Register."
The webinar is scheduled for live viewing on July 13, 2020 at noon ET. The Zoom Webinar platform will be used for the presentation. Be sure to connect to the webinar using a device approved to access Zoom.
This webinar will be archived for future viewing through July 13, 2021 at 11:55 pm ET unless notified otherwise.
This webinar is 1 hour.
Upon successful completion of this short course, you will:
1. Identify common abiotic issues facing urban and landscape trees
2. List common native and several invasive insect and fungal pests of urban and landscape trees
3. Specify different types of management tactics for urban and landscape tree health issues
Successful completion of the webinar is measured by viewing the entire webinar and completing the evaluation.
Participant feedback is appreciated to help the working group and presenters continually improve webinars for future programming.
Upon successful completion of this course, you will earn 1.0 CFEs in Category 1. CFEs will automatically be added to your CFE record located on www.eforester.org. This webinar is also approved for 1.0 ISA CEUs.
Upon successful completion of this webinar and the evaluation, participants may download and print a certificate verifying completion of the course and earning CFEs. CFEs will be uploaded to participant CFE records by the end of the day (11:59 pm ET).
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Assistant Professor, Clemson University
Dr. Coyle joined the faculty in 2018 with a focus on forest health and invasive species Extension. Prior to Clemson, he created and directed the Southern Forest Health and Invasive Species program, which provided education and training to forestry professionals across the southeastern U.S. Dr. Coyle uses various forms of communication - including social media, traditional writing, and in-person visits - to help educate people about forest health, invasive species, and forest management. He is a member of the Society of American Foresters and the Entomological Society of America, serves on the Board of Directors for the North American Invasive Species Management Association, and is Co-Director of ProForest (an organization working to promote proactive forest pest management). READ MORE about Dr. Coyle.
Jason Gordon (Moderator)
University of Georgia
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