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Thanks for making Tree School 2014 a success! Save the date for next year, August 15, 2015 at the WSU Riverpoint Campus. If you'd like to be a vendor at Tree School 2015, contact Stacey Selcho or click here for more sponsor/vendor information. View the 2014 program for an idea of what to expect or see the tentative schedule below. 

2015 Online Sponsor/Vendor Payment:

Select Level of Support

2015 Intended Agenda (subject to change):

7:30am-8am

Check in, continental breakfast, vendor fair

8am-8:50

General Session - Wildfire: Yesterday

 

Forestry

Arboriculture

Backyard Stewardship

Pesticides

9am-9:50am

Conifer Pathogens

Pruning 101

Mushrooms of the Inland Empire

Chemical Control Methods for Forest Level Applications

10am-10:50am

11am-11:50am

Silvoculture

Tree Species of INW

At Risk Trees for the Home/Landowner

Biocontrol

Noon

Lunch, vendor fair

1pm-1:50pm

General Session – Wildfire: Today

2pm-2:50pm

Enticing Wildlife

Regeneration Planting

Permaculture

Forest Weed Identification and Management

3pm-3:50pm

Soils 101

Regeneration Planting

Enticing Mushrooms

Bugs and Crud

4pm-4:50pm

Apps for the Forest Landowner

Mindful Planting

Native Plants/
Ethno-botany

Backyard Plant Diagnosis

5pm

Farewell


 Trees are an important resource in Spokane County and adjacent counties, whether part of a forest or providing shade in a backyard. The Forestry Department of the Spokane Conservation District (SCD) applies an ecologically-balanced approach to managing, utilizing, and protecting the forest and wildlife resources. While the SCD specializes in assisting the non-industrial private forest landowner with their forestry issues, we also provide assistance to the public and local governments in rural and urban areas. 

Follow the links to the right for information on the specific programs and projects. Contact Garth Davis if you would like information on any of the following topics or visit their respective links below.


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