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International Society of Arboriculture
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Order Delays Due to Physical Inventory

Due to ISA's annual physical inventory, orders placed between
2 p.m. EDT, Thursday, 20 June 2019, and 11:59 p.m. EDT, Friday 28 June 2019, will not ship until the week of 1 July 2019

Please plan your ordering accordingly.

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    Climbers' CornerTree Academy
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    The State of the Science and Practice of Using Urban Trees as a Stormwater Control Measure

    Summary

    Foresters have been studying and growing urban trees for centuries, and stormwater professionals have been studying stormwater control measures for decades. But combining the two: using trees as a Stormwater Control Measure, is in its infancy. To our knowledge, Minnesota is one of the first states, if not the first, to add a chapter on trees into its stormwater manual, as well as add the stormwater benefits of tree/soil systems to its stormwater crediting calculator, including evapotranspiration, interception, and soil storage.

     Come hear:

    (1)    how Minnesota incorporated trees into its stormwater manual and calculator in 2013-2014, providing a crediting tool to incentivize the proper planting of trees

    (2)    see new case studies that use trees for stormwater benefits

    (3)    hear results from the latest research quantifying stormwater quantity (canopy interception, soil storage, and evapotranspiration) and quality benefits provided by tree/soil systems.

    Conference Proceedings Documents

    Presenters

    He specializes in state-of-the-art ecological restoration, urban forestry, stormwater planning and green roof technologies. He has over 26 years of experience providing ecological and sustainable site design for stormwater management, lake and river restoration, natural areas management plans, botanical inventories, urban forests, green roof installations and mining reclamation. Peter is a Registered Landscape Architect in 7 states and 1 Canadian Province, serves as Adjunct Faculty at the University of Minnesota College of Design and continues to build his professional credentials and carry the message of another future scenario by speaking across the world about green technologies in the landscape.

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