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Planning for the Next Three Letter Urban Tree Canopy Changer: Lessons Learned with DED, EAB, ETC. - Shared screen with speaker view
Michael Astone
20:31
hello from Michael Astone Roselle Park NJ
Jeff Lanza
20:37
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Josh Shroyer
20:52
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22:18
Hi from Ohio ... it’s been spring but apparently we’re getting 1-2” snow tonite.
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22:56
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Shane Lanigan
23:17
From Shane Lanigan, Hi from a surprisingly warm and dry UK!
Ryan Johnson
23:25
Hi from sunny Utah!
Adam Rozborski
23:39
Hello from Lombard, IL. light snow this morning with another chance tonight and lows in the high 20's tonight. 80 degrees two weeks ago.
Monika Otting
23:40
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andrew almas
23:48
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Joseph Christopher
24:27
Hi All! Joseph Christopher from the wilds of New Jersey.
Cassie Cobb
24:28
howdy from Dallas TX
Cliff Perkins
24:32
Cliff from NY cool spring day here
Eric Fong
25:07
Hi from Langley, British Columbia.
Marion Mahn
25:09
From Marion Mahn - Shade Tree Kommission Franklin Lakes, NJ
Jane Brubaker
25:15
Hi from a very warm and dry Eugene, Oregon!
Monika Otting
25:17
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Ed Sage
25:26
hello everyone nice afternoon here in New Jersey
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25:34
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Nate Steele
25:39
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Marion Mahn
25:42
Sorry about my Hypo I meant Commission
Helen Shadowens
25:46
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Monika Otting
25:47
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Monika Otting
26:18
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Monika Otting
26:31
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27:29
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Kayla Jorgensen
28:18
Good morning from Seattle!
Monika Otting
28:19
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Lyttleton Ferguson
28:27
Good morning Lyttleton Ferguson
Padraig Farren
28:42
Hello from Ireland, the Sun has got its Mask on and apparently its awaiting its vaccination.
Monika Otting
28:50
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Tony Forshage
30:07
TONY FORSHAGE San Antonio Parks & Rec ISA TX - 4398A
Monika Otting
30:15
Thank you Dana for your gift!!!
Monika Otting
32:30
Thank you Nancy!
Graham Wright
33:15
would like his resources
Monika Otting
34:54
We will ask Dr. Hauer to repeat his resources during the Q&A at the end of webinar.
Tylor Schwarze
37:38
Honolulu HI, most common street tree Cassia x javonica, Shower tree by far. easily grown from clones.
Joseph Smith
37:43
Joseph Smith , Boone County Extension , Burlington, KY.
Mary Bauer
37:59
Whatever the numbers were a decade ago, MI has only a scattering of Ash trees left. Which is kind of the point of this webinar.
Daniel Thomas
39:21
Did you look at costal comunites vs inland comunities?
Monika Otting
40:50
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Ryan Johnson
41:35
I might be able to get you the inventory data for Utah State if you want it. Email me at ryanjohnson@utah.gov if you're interested.
Brian Jorgenson
44:37
That looks just like the street I grew up on in south Minnesota
Nikki Anguish
44:59
Shout out! from Alberta! this is still true
Terry Yurko
45:01
Yes, we are DED-free! Although we had a close call with one case in Lethbridge in 2020
lisa Killander
45:17
Austin Texas is DED free
Danielle Schreiner
45:17
I Second the AB Shoutout ;)
Fred Berkelhammer
45:19
Denver still has boulevards that look like that.
Nathan Schuettpelz
45:23
Edmonton Alberta still has these streets like this. I was an arborist in a candy store when visiting family
Sara Davis
45:31
Denver still has elms on the parkways.
Lyttleton Ferguson
45:44
Plantation Florida has several
Rhoda deJonge
45:48
Winnipeg too!
Milton Davies
46:02
Alberta, Canada is DED free! We have an annual pheromone trapping program by the Society to Prevent DED or Stopded.
Brian Jorgenson
46:39
Saw this presentation a few years ago, really fascinating
Terry Yurko
47:32
Yes! Alberta is DED-free! Although we had a close call with one case in Lethbridge in 2020
Monika Otting
51:45
Thank you Luis and Jessica for your generous gifts.
Mary Bauer
52:51
Problem here in MI is that even if the disease/insect can be controlled on public land in urban areas, there are huge uncontrolled wild areas & private land not under control. Difficult to get good ‘buy-in’ in control, both from cost, indifference and avoidance of pesticides reasons.
Monika Otting
54:29
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Ed Sage
55:52
do the CEU credits apply to LTE in New Jersey??
Monika Otting
55:59
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Tim Lanky Morrill
57:17
Monika, I have CLT (Certified Landscape Technician) program.. Lisc # 332072. Do you accept/support the CLT program?
Monika Otting
57:36
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Monika Otting
58:39
Tim, we do not, but you can email me at treefundwebinars@gmail.com and I can send you a Certificate of Attendance
Mary Bauer
58:59
And human quality of life, also, as a value of trees! Mary A Bauer
Tim Lanky Morrill
59:46
Mahalo, Aloha no. I will send you an eMail.
Sarah Regent
01:02:04
In case anyone was wondering if you can practically implement a program - We do monitoring and sanitation in Saskatchewan and some municipalities have only lost 1-2% of urban elms since DED came in roughly the late 90s/early 2000s. And there are wild elms that are managed for DED as part of those programs.
Allen Gallamore
01:03:19
Will the presentation be posted for access at a later time - the compilation of the many research findings on ecosystem values and costs of UCF program management from ETC events are really useful in working with municipal governments.
Monika Otting
01:03:56
The recording of this webinar will be available on the TREE Fund website at https://treefund.org/webinar-archive
Mark Piermarini
01:05:13
Ok thank you
Mary Bauer
01:07:58
And what people are willing to/able to pay depends on the economy, the 2006 recession and the 2020 pandemic forced re-focussing of resources dramatically. Plays hell with budgets. Mary A Bauer
Elaine Silverstein
01:12:09
I lost my internet connection for 10 minutes, and now it's unstable. I'll watch the end of the presentation later if I lose it again.
tim dobson
01:13:47
thanks. very informative
Elaine Silverstein
01:13:48
could you show that last slide again?
Daniel Nation
01:13:49
Great presentation. Well done. Love the sense of humor.
Bill Waech
01:14:25
Thank you Rich!
Paul Buck
01:14:31
Nice job Rich! Gotta go to my next virtual 3rd grade arbor day presentation
Julia Coleman
01:14:44
Dr. Hauer: You are an excellent speaker! Thank you!
James Gonzalez
01:14:55
Great information and knowledge. Thank you...
Monika Otting
01:14:56
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Mary Bauer
01:15:45
Yes, wonderful talk and very interesting resources you brought up! Thank you. Mary A Bauer
Mary Jane Marlow
01:16:04
Thank you Richard Hauer!
Richard Zito
01:16:16
Thank you for a informative, excellent presentation!
Janine-Analise Ferrer
01:16:19
Can you please post Richard's email again?
Lois Edwards
01:17:10
excellent webinar
Charles Livio
01:17:12
Dr. Hauer, Excellent webinar!
John White
01:17:14
Monica, Can you put up Dr. Hauer’s email contact information?
Marion Mahn
01:17:45
I bannnot submit the Program Evaluation - it will not submit - - -
Tim Kohlhauff
01:18:00
Thank you Dr. Hauer, this is fascinating work.
Jake Budde
01:18:40
Very insightful, thanks for presenting!
Ryan Munroe
01:19:05
Excellent talk, a real pleasure
Francesco Ferrini
01:19:14
Hi Rich, greetings from Italy. Thanks for sharing this. Francesco
Dan Spencer
01:19:20
Thank you Dr. Hauer
Fred Berkelhammer
01:19:46
We are treating 20,000 inches of Ash in Boulder county, with Azadirachtin, and have lost not trees to EAB since 2014, treated on schedule.
Helen Shadowens
01:19:57
Excellent webinar, Thanks Dr. Hauer. Hope you'll do another one as we have so much more to learn from your knowledge!
Marion Mahn
01:20:03
Sorry - I did submit - so disregard my previous question
Monika Otting
01:20:04
rhauer@uwsp.edu
Lyttleton Ferguson
01:20:16
thanks
Kevin Westphal
01:20:28
IMO the next great 3 letter threat to our urban forest is DPW. Dept. of Public Works. I'm so tired of watching sidewalk contractors destroy tree roots! Our engineers wont do anything about it!
John White
01:21:04
when you donate to the TreeFund, I get two choices to donate either to the General fund or the sustainablity fund. Which one helps to support these webinars? I want to thank you for these webinars! they are so helpful and educational.
David Sivyer
01:21:12
Milwaukee has been treating ash street trees since 2009 and while we experienced bark damage, treatment on a 3-year cycle appears to be sustainable.
Allen Gallamore
01:21:40
Fantastic webinar!
Edward Bisese
01:21:45
Awesome! Thank you.
Ian McDermott
01:21:46
Thank Rich, good to hear you again.
Kristin Lenox-Rustin
01:21:47
Great presentation, thank you!
David Sivyer
01:21:54
Nice job, Rich!
Andrae Wilberding
01:21:56
Excellent webinar. Thank you.
Ian Noel
01:21:59
Dr Hauer thank you
Cassie Cobb
01:22:01
thank you!
Louis-Philippe Rodier
01:22:05
Thank you so much!
Nolan Rundquist
01:22:09
Thank you Dr Hauer!!
Sandy Feather
01:22:11
Thank you! Excellent presentation!
Ling Yin Liu
01:22:11
Thank you very much!
Candace Schaible
01:22:12
Thank you!
Brian Jorgenson
01:22:14
Thank you, good job.
Lam Tran
01:22:15
Thank you so much, Dr. Hauer!
Josh Shroyer
01:22:18
Thanks!
Micki McNaughton
01:22:19
Thank you!
Susan MacQueen
01:22:20
Truly!
Erik Burke
01:22:24
Thanks, excellent presentation!
Aaron Schmidt
01:22:24
Thank you!
Jennifer Nitzky
01:22:24
Thank you very much - great presentation!
Travis Oman
01:22:25
Thank you.
Shoham Poudyal
01:22:27
Thank you everyone! have a good day
Craig Failla
01:22:28
Thanks as always!!
Nathan Bluhm
01:22:32
Thank you very much.
Geneviève Richard-Martin
01:22:37
Merci !
Moges Tilahun
01:22:37
Excellent presentation thank you guys.
Guillermo Urista
01:22:39
Thanks
Nathan Schuettpelz
01:22:40
Excellent webinar, thank you for your time today Rich, and thank you TREE Fund for hosting and supporting this research!
Jeff Rick
01:22:43
Thanks Rich, great work & presentation!
Kevyn Wightman
01:22:47
very informative thank you for engaging with us all. best from England!
Helen Shadowens
01:22:54
THANK YOU!
gordon mann
01:22:59
EAB is a condition most cities can observe moving towards them.... preparing or failure to prepare bring the results...
Luis Moreno
01:22:59
Awesome presentation!
Sebastien Nadon
01:22:59
Thanks, excellent presentation!
Ryan Sutte
01:23:00
Thank you!
Deb Reierson
01:23:00
Thank you!
Elaine Silverstein
01:23:00
Glen Rock, NJ, will begin treating our ash trees this spring. We detected EAB for the first time last summer, so we're hoping we can save most of them.
Becket DeChant
01:23:01
Thank you!