Tree Wardens' association of CT

(AFTERNOON SESSION) TWAC FALL WORKSHOP: What Tree Wardens Need to Know About Wood Decay

  • 5 Oct 2022
  • 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
  • Dinosaur State Park, Rocky Hill, CT
  • 45


Registration is closed

This workshop will be offered as two repeating identical sessions, morning and afternoon. The AM session is full, but there are spaces available for the afternoon!

Advanced Certified Tree Warden 2.75
3D Arborist - 2.75
ISA - Certified Arborist: 2.75 Municipal Specialist: 2.75 BCMA - Science: 2
BCMA - Practice: 0.75 TW Climber Specialist: 2.75 TW Aerial Lift Specialist: 2.75

The workshop will feature an indoor learning session, as well as an outdoor field session and resistograph demonstration.  Your registration fee includes a "hot off the press" copy of Dr. Luley's just released 2nd edition of Wood Decay Fungi Identification Guide, a great resource for tree wardens and arborists. 

No meals will be served, but there will be snacks and refreshments available. 

Dress accordingly for the weather. 

Dr. Luley has been providing urban forestry consulting service throughout his 35+ year career in urban forestry and arboriculture. His degrees are from SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry (BS-Botany) (MS-Forest Pathology) and Iowa State University (PhD-Plant Pathology working on tree diseases). He managed the Plant Diagnostic Clinic for Iowa State for four years and was State Forest Pathologist for the Missouri Department of Conservation before returning to New York. He worked for two major tree care and consulting companies, and most recently was Vice President and Pathologist with Urban Forestry LLC for 12 years.

Dr. Luley specializes in urban forest management, tree diagnostics and decay assessment, and has advanced diagnostic equipment to test trees for internal decay. In the past few years he has given over 100 presentations locally, nationally and internationally on tree related topics to professionals in the field. He has over 50 technical research and popular press articles in publication, and three books in press. He recently created to help arborists identify the common wood decay fungi on living trees, and received the R. W. Harris Author's Award from the International Society of Arboriculture in 2015. Dr. Luley is Tree Risk Assessment Qualified by the International Society of Arboriculture, and is a member of a number of professional organizations including the  American Society of Consulting Arborists  American Phytopathological Society,  International Society of Arboriculture  Society of Municipal Arborists,  Utility Arborist Association,  New York State Urban and Community Forestry Counci

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