NC Trees & Storms Virtual Workshop : Readiness, Response & Recovery for Local Government
Sep 28, 2021 - Sep 30, 2021
9:00 - 11:30 a.m. on 9/28 & 1:00 - 3:30 p.m. on 9/30
Storm events that damage trees are a regular event in NC. Some are wide scale disaster level events like hurricanes or ice storms. Most though are more localized like thunderstorms but they can be equally devastating to a community. As a municipality you are responsible for the tree damage cleanup and restoration. Trees & Storms: Readiness, Response and Recovery is a planning and implementation process that will help communities reduce tree storm damage, conserve the benefits trees provide and help ensure an efficient and effective response and recovery from tree damaging storm events. Join us for a two-part workshop geared to local government planners and managers, consultants, and green industry professionals.
A Virtual Training in 2 Parts:
(Registration includes both days)
Sept. 28th, 9:00 - 11:30 am - Readiness for Local Government
James Collins, NC Dept. of Public Safety Emergency Management. The Incident Command System is the foundation of incident management in the US and NC. Learn the basics of the ICS and about the assistance and resources available in NC.
Storm Readiness - Building Your Urban Forestry Team
Andrew Pleninger, NC Forest Service Using the ICS organizational structure, learn the tasks, expertise and resources required to respond to a tree damaging event and build an Urban Forestry Team.
Readiness - Storm Tree Damage Mitigation
Jennifer Rall, NC Forest Service Storms will damage trees, however some of this damage is preventable. Learn the methodologies to reduce the amount and severity of storm damage in your community before a storm strikes.
Storm Readiness – Management Units, Event Classification, Documentation & Service Contracts
Andrew Pleninger, NCFS Organize your community, processes, and secure resources.
Sept. 30th, 1:00 - 3:30 pm - Response & Recovery for Local Government
Readiness to Recovery – Tree Risk Inventories & Canopy Cover Assessments
Joe Joyner, Davey Resources Group Information is king for readiness and recovery. Learn how tree inventories and canopy cover assessments can be used in 3Rs efforts.
Response to Recovery
Andrew Pleninger, NC Forest Service You are prepared and a storm strikes, let’s see how it works and how to assess storm damage trees.
Dr. Barbara Fair, NC State Extension The storm claimed trees and you are left with trees damaged to varying degrees. Learn how to manage these damaged trees and reforest.
Continuing Education Credits:
ISA CEUs will be available to LIVE attendees.
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