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Urban Forestry


Online: Managing a Vital Asset: Tree Inventories and Urban and Community Forest Management Plans

  • Thursday, May 28, 2020, 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Presenter: Andrew Ullman, Davey Resource Group, Inc.

Proactive management of our urban and community forests is of rapidly growing importance in the efforts to mitigate the expected impacts of climate change. In this webinar presenter Andrew will cover the ins and outs of performing tree inventories and leveraging inventory data to develop an urban or community forest management plan.

Andrew Ullman is a Project Developer with DRG. He is primarily responsible for sales and business development of Urban Forestry and Environmental Consulting related projects in the New York City region. Andrew has nearly 20 years of experience in arboriculture and urban forestry. Prior to joining DRG, he served as the Director at Brooklyn Forestry with the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. Prior to that he worked as a practicing arborist climbing and caring for trees in the Pacific Northwest with his tree service, Cascadia Tree Preservation.

Andrew joined DRG in March 2019. He is an ISA Certified Arborist and holds the ISA TRAQ credential. Andrew has a master’s degree in arboriculture and urban forestry from the University of Central Lancashire in the UK. He earned his bachelor’s degree from The Evergreen State University and holds an associate’s degree in urban tree management from Paul Smith’s College.

To register for this event, please click here. Once you have submitted your registration you will receive an email that states you have to register with Zoom. You will then need to do a quick Zoom registration to receive the Zoom meeting link which you will use to join the webinar.

If you have any questions, please contact Kevin at 516-565-5265 ext. 14 or email kjs283@cornell.edu

Funding for these projects is provided by the State's Environmental Protection Fund (EPF) and is administered by the Urban and Community Forestry Program in DEC’s Division of Lands and Forests.




Last updated May 26, 2020