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The Status of Our Urban and Community Forests: Municipal Forestry Baseline, Trends, and Dashboard - Shared screen with speaker view
Theresa Schrum
27:53
Please speak louder. I can barely hear you.
Rusty Presley
28:21
paudio is coming out properly. check you computer and speaker volume. also the other speakers may be louder.
Rebecca Johnson
29:15
Theresa, try turning up your speakers, they're comng through loud and clear on my computer
beau brodbeck
29:49
Welcome everyone. Please post questions for Dr. Hauer here and I will bring them to his attention a the conclusion of his presentation. Thank You
beau brodbeck
31:28
Will do Paul.
Kathleen Wolf
35:04
The webinar link will be available. Thanks! Possible to get a copy of the slides as well?
beau brodbeck
36:08
Kathleen, at this time I am not sure but will ask him.
Kathleen Wolf
37:01
Please, please repeat how to access the publications and technical reports.
beau brodbeck
49:49
I will ask Rich to repeat that… also remember the webinar will be available to watch later.
beau brodbeck
52:45
Shae here is Eric’s answer to your question about education grants:
beau brodbeck
53:04
we offered them this year, will offer them in Ohio in 2018 because they have their own endowment for them there, and we will resume regular national grants in 2019.
beau brodbeck
54:48
we offered them this year, will offer them in Ohio in 2018 because they have their own endowment for them there, and we will resume regular national grants in 2019.
Eric smith
55:04
That is just for the outreach grants, Shae. Research and scholarship grants will be as normal in 2018. We are awarding a grant this year to identify area of greatest impact for education/outreach program, hence the one year gap.
Eric smith
56:38
That one-year gap is just for the outreach/education grants, Shae. Research and scholarship grants will be as normal in 2018. We are awarding a directed/special grant this year to identify area of greatest impact for education/outreach program, hence the one year gap, until we complete that assessment.
beau brodbeck
01:03:41
Yes Paul. I have you on the list.
Kathleen Wolf
01:09:58
Here is the link for reports and publications about this great work: http://bit.ly/MuniTree
Kevin Sorby
01:11:10
That's great, thanks. Open and bookmark it.
Kathleen Wolf
01:15:16
Any thoughts/plans to cross analyze muni spending/costs with the benefits models of i-Tree?
Joe Lehnen
01:17:08
For municipal debris that is landfilled, instead of "burying" could it be that the debris is being tub-ground at the landfill and being sold as mulch?
Jeff Harris
01:17:26
Thanks for the webinar! Great information! =)
Andrew VanNatta
01:18:19
Rich: great stuff, as always. Any information (anecdotal or otherwise) on how specific policies might play a role in any of the data you presented? I'm thinking along the lines of hazard tree abatement policies or "nuisance" vegetation policies. Broad questions, I know, but I'd be interested in hearing your response.
Sarah Perry
01:18:46
What do you consider is the difference between an "arborist" vs "forester" title in the urban setting?
Kevin Sorby
01:24:28
Pay/Salary data interesting, especially as it relates to BLM statistics. Even in Chicago area, pay can be widely varied from a far northern suburb to a southern suburb. Just interesting as you opened it up regionally.
Dan Kurry
01:26:18
Great material. Thank you!
Glenn Chernick
01:26:26
please send the link once it is availabe thanks