• This edition from the Visual Identification Series by Urban Forestry LLC was created to simplify the pruning process for small and young trees. Designed for use in the field, an easy to learn and recall acronym-based methodology directs you where to start, what branches to prune, and when you are finished. It is intended for a wide range of users, from tree workers who may have little or no experience pruning trees, to professional arborists and landscapers. By Andrew G. Pleninger and Christopher J. Luley
  • Learn the essentials for preserving trees during all stages of the land development process in this 200-page guide to proactive tree sustainment in the developing urban environment. Written to assist arborists, as well as development, design, and engineering professionals, it is a comprehensive look at tree assessment, techniques for reducing impact from development, and post-construction maintenance with detailed instruction for preparing plans and reports, case studies, and appendices. (©1998, softcover, 184 pp., appendices) QUIZ  Designed to accompany Trees and Development: A Technical Guide to Preservation of Trees During Land Development, four CEUs may be earned following completion of this 75-question quiz and answer sheet. After completing the answer sheet, send it to ISA for grading. A score of 80% or greater is required to earn CEUs. (©1998, 12 pp.) By Nelda Matheny and James R. Clark
  • Designed for educational fun, this coloring book introduces children to arboriculture, promotes an awareness of the benefits that trees provide, and illustrates basic tree care. In addition to coloring, activities such as word searches, mazes, and dot-to-dot puzzles ensure an enjoyable learning experience for any child. (©2006, softcover, 12 pp.)

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