Campus Tree Conference

2019 Campus Tree Conference

This popular conference is for physical plant managers, landscape directors, administrators, sustainability staff, and others who care for trees on a college campus or any other campus setting.  This year, our campus tree conference is set for September 12 at University of North Georgia's Gainesville Campus, 3820 Mundy Mill Rd, Oakwood, GA 30566.  

Join your peers from other campuses, as we discuss tree risk, soil compaction, wildlife, tree inventories, climate variability, management plans, recycling campus trees and debris, and other topics.  Lunch and a tour of tree care on the UNG campus is included.  See full agenda here.

Even if you don't work for a campus but are still interested in the topics in this conference - join us!  All are welcomed!

Registration fee: $70

CEUs:  5.25 ISA Certified Arborist and 5 SAF continuing forestry hours.  Landscape architects, engineers, and others will receive a professional development certificate for 5.25 continuing education hours.

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND REGISTER.


2018 COLLEGE CANOPY CONFERENCE

At the 2018 College Canopy Conference at  Clayton State University in Morrow, we heard talks on the latest research regarding changing urban landscapes and concerns such as the West Nile and Zyka viruses; campus sustainability, best practices for treecare and campus communication; tree risk assessment and keeping people safe; establishing a butterfly garden, pollinator garden, or arboretum; and specific challenges for treecare on college campuses.

We’d enjoyed an interesting trail walk and talk through this lovely campus, including their QR-coded tree plantings,Spivey Hall, and the Butterfly Garden. Thank you to our sponsor, the GreenSeason Group for supporting this event.

 

 

 

2016 COLLEGE CANOPY CONFERENCE

The 2016 GUFC College Canopy Conference was at Oxford College of Emory University in Oxford, Georgia.  We heard talks on best management practices and campus management plans and enoyed tours which included the Trees of the Oxford College Quad, Oxford’s famed Yarbrough Oak, and tree care on construction projects.This popular conference is a must for physical plant managers and crews, landscape directors, administrators, arborists, and others who are responsible for healthy campus urban forests.

2015 COLLEGE CANOPY CONFERENCE

Agnes Scott College in Decatur hosted this popular conference on September 22.   Conference topics included Agnes Scott College’s urban forest audit, campus tree protection, water recycling, young tree pruning, nursery stock selection, Tree Campus USA, and the Agnes Scott Arboretum.


Sample Past College Conference Presentations

For additional presentations from our Campus Tree Canopy Conferences, click here.