National Tree Officers Virtual Conference 2020 – Week 1: Planning
Preparations are well under way for the fifth National Tree Officers Conference, due to take place online throughout the entire month of November.
Proudly organised by the London Tree Officers Association (LTOA), the Municipal Tree Officers’ Association (MTOA), the Association of Tree Officers (ATO) and the Institute of Chartered Foresters, this influential event will showcase the latest research, best practice and innovation in different areas of local authority tree, woodland and planning work.
Week 1: Planning will begin on the 2nd November and feature the following presentations (with more to be confirmed):
2nd November (1100-1200)
James Remmington, Buckinghamshire Council
Veteran Trees: Is Current Practice the Best Practice?
4th November (1100-1230)
Simon Needle, Principal Arboriculturist and Ecologist at Birmingham City Council
Growing a Green City – Planning for the Urban Forest
5th November (1100-1200)
Nick Boddington, HM Land Registry
A Single Digital Tree Preservation Order Data Set – Nature and Technology Working in Harmony
6th November (1100-1230)
Caroline Parker, Environmentalist
Securing Trees and Woodlands in Development
Jake Tibbetts, City Gardens Manager at City of London
Urban Greening Factor
- Week 2 – Planting and Species Selection in a Changing Climate
- Week 3 – Pests & Diseases
- Week 4 – Wildcard Session (a variety of topics)
Bookings for the National Tree Officers Virtual Conference 2020 are now open!
- Individual sessions – £10 (available soon)
- Week Pass – £18
- Month Pass (includes access to every session) – £35
We’re looking forward to seeing you at the National Tree Officers Virtual Conference 2020!