Curbing the Consequences - How Trees are Taking Root for Stormwater and Climate Change
March 25, 2021
6:30pm - 8:00pm
Register here by March 24th.
Join us for a free virtual discussion on the vital role trees play in curbing the negative consequences of a changing climate.
Many areas of the US are experiencing an increase in the frequency of intense storms, heavy precipitation events, and associated flooding. Dan Herms, Vice President of Research & Development from Davey Tree Expert Company, will discuss the vital role trees can play in curbing the negative consequences of a changing climate. While all trees "feel the heat," some are experiencing increased stress and mortality in certain areas, yet increased growth in others. Join us for this informative online presentation to learn more about the challenges facing our future forests and some simple strategies you can use to take root for stormwater!
An email with registration link and info will be sent the day prior to the presentation. If you have any questions about registering, please contact Melissa at Erie Conservation District at 419-239-2652, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Door prizes will be given away to a few lucky attendees!
Workshop sponsored by:
Northeast Ohio Public Involvement Public Education workgroup
Western Reserve Land Conservancy
Davey Tree Expert Company
Please check our individual websites for events in your county.
Presentations from the September 11, 2018 Sensible Salt Workshop
Welcome! On the Road to Clean Water - Jim Stanek, Bainbridge Township
Public Perception & Salt Conservation - Joe Reitz, City of Avon Lake
Growing Green on Main Street - Jason Chapman, Madison Village
Tracking Salt and Brine Use - John Washco, Chardon Township