The Most Important Tool to Managing Trees

by Anne Fenkner | On Demand

CEUs/PDHs: (* CEU's Pending) Credits: LACES 1,ISA 1,APLD 1,PGMS 1,NALP 1,QWEL 1


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Webinar Description:
Trees in the urban landscape offer many benefits to communities large and small. Trees are not only beautiful, but they also reduce energy costs, provide relief from stress, and make the built environment more sustainable. Proactive tree management starts with a tree inventory to maximize these benefits, reduce unnecessary work, help reduce risk, and provides cost savings. This presentation demonstrates the value a tree inventory provides to help landscape managers get the most out of these beautiful and functional assets for your business and for your clients.

Learning Objectives:
1. Why trees are worth our time and resources?
2. How trees can be proactively managed? Tree Inventory Data: What do we need to know?
3. How to effectively use tree inventory data?


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Anne Fenkner

Project Developer, Davey Resource Group

Project Developer, Davey Resource Group

Anne Fenkner is a Project Developer with the Davey Resource Group. Anne is responsible for sales and business development of urban forestry related projects in the western states. She presents 20 years' experience in community engagement in urban forestry. Anne considers herself a practitioner of green infrastructure. She believes healthy trees and a robust urban forest play a significant role in our health, well-being and prosperity. She often remarks, "Trees are more than just nice. They are an important aspect to our infrastructure. Trees are infrastructure." She is proud to represent urban forestry and is delighted to work with local communities to help them understand the value and extended benefits of a healthy urban forest.

Anne leads a diverse portfolio of urban forestry development, equitable community development and sustainability projects. She is a seasoned community organizer, experienced with engaging local communities to understand the value and extended benefits of a healthy urban forest and participate in its sustainability.

Anne Fenkner is an International Society of Arboriculture Certified Arborist, Municipal Specialist (WE-9417AM) with TRAQ certification. She is a member of the Society of Municipal Arborists, the Chair of the California Urban Forest Council, Sacramento Chapter and is a University of California Cooperative Extension Lifetime Master Gardener.