Technology for the Consultant, Climber, and Company – Presented on Zoom 9:00 am
Technology for the Consultant, Climber, and Company – Presented on Zoom @ Home or Office
Jun 2 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am
1.5 CEUs Trees have been around forever, but the tools we use to work on them are constantly changing. New, shiny technology can be fun. But it can also build your professional skills as a consulting arborist, climber, and business owner. Learn about the programs and apps we use regularly at TreeCareLA and how to incorporate improvements into your own arboriculture practice. Many tools are rather inexpensive and easy to use. The 2020 conference theme is about challenging ourselves to be the best possible. We can do this by embracing fresh tools that keep arborist professionals relevant in a constantly changing tech world. Our three ISA Certified Arborist speakers represent different aspects of arboriculture: the consulting arborist, the climbing technician, and the business owner. We hope to engage attendees with practical, hands-on ideas they can readily adapt to their own arboriculture practice. New tools and applications can help consulting arborists identify issues more accurately, document more precisely, and communicate better with clients. Innovative programs help streamline communication between field, office,...
An Overview of Hawaii’s Cultivated Trees & How to Identify Them 4:00 pm
An Overview of Hawaii’s Cultivated Trees & How to Identify Them @ Home or Office
Jun 6 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
You must Register to Join! Join us at this link: https://calpoly.zoom.us/j/83695144027 In-Person Tree Walk: Sunday June 6th at 4 PM HST UH Manoa Campus, meet at Varney Circle. Meeting location: https://goo.gl/maps/HvSaRNNB3siJiB346 2.5 ISA CEUs available Presenters: Dr. Matt Ritter – Winner of the WCISA R. W. Harris Award for excellence in education and author of several books on plants. Dr. Jenn Yost – Inspiring professor of Botany at Cal Poly, where she teaches field botany, ecology and evolution. Kevin Eckert – Renowned arborist with over 40 years of active research and consulting for urban forests in Hawaii and internationally, WCISA and Britton Fund board member
Economic Record Keeping CTAHR Seminar Series 2:00 pm
Economic Record Keeping CTAHR Seminar Series
Jun 8 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
June 8, 2021, 2:00 – 3:30 pm – Economics/Record Keeping. Dr. Stuart Nakamoto (Dept. of Human Nutrition, Food and Animal Sciences) will discuss farm record keeping. Record Keeping is essential to understand how your business is running. Stuart will discuss the importance of record keeping and introduce several record keeping practices, as well as record keeping excel software that will be available for free to webinar attendees.
Recordkeeping continued: Introduction to recordkeeping and a cost estimator for cut ornamentals. 2:00 pm
Recordkeeping continued: Introduction to recordkeeping and a cost estimator for cut ornamentals. @ Home or Office
Jun 15 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
You must Register to attend by June 7th! : https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2021-floriculture-andnursery-seminar-series-economicrecord-keeping-2-tickets-156029936741 Dr. Stuart Nakamoto Economics/Recordkeeping continued: Introduction to recordkeeping and a cost estimator for cut ornamentals. Dr. Stuart Nakamoto continues his discussion on economics and recordkeeping and introduces the cost estimator for ornamentals.