PIBC Vancouver Island (South) Chapter

Managing Urban Forests - A Primer for Planners
September 23, 2014 - 8:30am - 10:00am
Victoria City Hall, Antechamber (second floor)
1 Centennial Square
Victoria
BC
CPD Learning Units: 
1.5

Register online now by clicking here!

Trees are a vital connection to nature in the in the urban landscape. In this session, you will learn about what the trees need and how planners can reconcile these needs with the many competing demands for other land uses, and the wishes of the community, decision makers, property owners, and developers.  A synopsis of practical ways to improve designs and planning work will be included. This session leads into the Urban Forest by Design theme of the upcoming Canadian Urban Forest Conference where Dr. Julian Dunster MCIP, RPP will be speaking about advanced tree risk assessment techniques.

Dr. Julian Dunster MCIP, RPP has unique academic and professional qualifications. He is a Registered Consulting Arborist, a Registered Professional Forester, and a Registered Professional Planner. In addition to two degrees in forestry, he holds a Doctorate in Regional Planning and Resource Development. Julian has over thirty years of hands on experience from assignments all over the world, and his innovative work has been recognised with many awards, including the 2014 ISA President's Award for his work on Tree Risk Assessment. He has published many articles, four books, and his new book Documenting Evidence, Practical Guidance for Arborists has just been published. More information can be found at www.dunster.ca

Cost:      

$10 PIBC members and students;  
$15 Non-members.

Morning snack and coffee provided. All registrations are final. No refunds or cancellations are permitted; however, in the event that a registrant is not able to attend, substitution of a different attendee may be accepted if arranged in advance. Any registrant requiring substitution should contact PIBC.

To register for this event, click here! Registration closes at 4:00 pm on September 22th, 2014. 

Questions?

Please contact April Ternida - office@pibc.bc.ca - at the PIBC office. We hope to see you at the session!