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Planning for the Next Three Letter Urban Tree Canopy Changer: Lessons Learned with DED, EAB, ETC.
All aboard a TREE Fund train trip ride back to what we have learned this past century with some important urban tree canopy game changers. Our first stop is a lesson in biology and an interdisciplinary economic journey using lessons learned from DED and EAB. See how science has led to reliable predictors with a planned stop at preventing tree loss and the currency of canopy. The future journey continues to see how the TREE Fund supports tree changing research and practical results you can use and avoid getting derailed by ETC.

Apr 20, 2021 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Richard Hauer, PhD
Professor @University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point
Richard Hauer is a Professor of Urban Forestry at the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point teaching courses in urban forestry, nursery management, woody plants, dendrology, and introduction to forestry. He received his B.S. from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point, M.S. from the University of Illinois, and Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. Rich has conducted research in tree biology, urban forest management, emerald ash borer management, trees and construction, tree risk management, and ice storms. He was recently honored as the 2018 L.C. Chadwick Award for Arboricultural Research. He has published over 160 publications and presented over 400 talks throughout the world. Dr. Hauer is also an Associate Editor of the Journal Urban Forestry & Urban Greenspaces.