Community Forestry Training Survey – your input is needed

The following may be of interest to members of our community

Dear Community Tree Advocates:

Penn State Extension Urban Forestry Program in partnership with DCNR Bureau of Forestry is planning a comprehensive program to train and assist municipal shade tree commissioners and staff (including managers, arborists, foresters, public works and parks staff, community tree advocates and volunteers) gain knowledge and skills in the effective management of public trees in Pennsylvania communities to maximize environmental, social, and economic benefits. This training would cover 20 topics and may be offered over several days or various formats including live and web-based.

In order for us to plan the training, we would like you to fill out this survey. Even if you are not sure about attending this training, please take the time to complete the survey so we can plan future educational programs. We plan on providing the training live and recording the lectures for use via the internet for future online training opportunities.

Please open the survey with the link below. There are just 13 simple questions.

If you have already received this email through another source and completed the survey, we thank you for your input. If you have not yet completed this survey, please consider taking a few moments to let us know how we can better tailor this program to meet your needs.

Thank you,
Julianne Schieffer
Urban Forester, Southeast region
Brian Wolyniak
Urban Forester, Southwest region
Penn State Extension

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