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Participants will learn about new techniques for transplanting compared to traditional methods. These include root washing and use of a pneumatic tool (airspade). Traditional methods will include ball and burlap and tree spade methods with proper applications for each.
1. Participants will discover the latest techniques in transplanting trees.
2. Easier transplanting of large trees will be discussed.
3. How transplanting can be part of an overall tree preservation strategy will be discussed.
Gibney Design LA PC provides consultation in the fields of landscape architecture, horticulture, arboriculture, site planning, LEED design, erosion control and wetlands design. Our projects include municipal, residential, commercial and institutional sites throughout Long Island and the tri-state area. We have experience in specialty projects including sustainable design, private clubs, recreation facilities and memorial gardens. Richard has been hired as an expert witness for several insurance companies and attorneys. He has been accepted as an expert in several court cases in Nassau and Suffolk Counties.
Richard W. Gibney, Principal of Gibney Design LA PC, holds a BS degree in Landscape Architecture (Cornell University â€™81) and an AAS degree in Ornamental Horticulture (SUNY Farmingdale â€˜78). He is a licensed landscape architect registered in New York since 1986 and a consulting ISA certified arborist since 1991. In addition to providing landscape architecture services, Richard Gibney established Gibney Design Group Inc. in 1989 to provide arboricultural consultation services and horticultural education in the form of lectures and seminars. In 2009 Richard W. Gibney RLA and Gibney Design Group Inc. combined to form Gibney Design Landscape Architecture PC. The website is www.gibneydesigngroup.com
In 2014 the website www.gibneyce was created to provide educational credits to landscape architects and ISA certified arborists. It is approved by ASLA, ISA and in New Jersey and North Carolina. Also, in 2014, Richard received the True Professionals Award from the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA).