April 2, 2024, 8:30am to after lunch:  Responsibly Rooted (R5) Releaf Workshop. This workshop is for municipal leaders, community planners, and conservation-minded groups. Come learn about the resources available to your municipality or non-profit organization for optimizing community tree benefits and how taking action decreases hazards associated with passive urban forest management. FREE. More informationRegister

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May 10, 9am to noon: Stewardship at Woodlawn Cemetery (R2) ReLeaf Workshop. FREE

May 14: Tree Planting Workshop at Thornden Park, Syracuse (R7) ReLeaf Workshop. (cost and time TBA)

Past Workshops:

Trees of the Future (R2) ReLeaf Workshop November 17, 2023 8:30 am to noon. Join us to learn about up-and-coming news and research in urban forestry. Speakers include Green-Wood Cemetary, NYC Parks, New York Restoration Project, and The American Chestnut Foundation. FREE. More information Registration closed

Storm Response: Before, During and After Western NY (R8/R9) ReLeaf Workshop November 2, 2023 8:30 am to 2:30 pm. Join NYS ReLeaf’s Western and Finger Lakes chapters for a workshop on Storm response: before, during, and after, the first of a two-part series on urban forestry storm response. The second part will be held in the spring on more in depth topics of storm response. More informationRegistration deadline has passed.

Tree Biology and ID Walk (R7) ReLeaf Workshop June 21, 2023 10am to noon. In this guided walk, Dr. Don Leopold will discuss basic tree biology and tree identification as he leads attendees around the 160-acre Oakwood Cemetery. Registration deadline has passed.

Day of Safety NY ReLeaf Workshop May 31 (Syracuse) OR June 1, 2023 (Capital District) 8am to 3:30pm. This workshop includes 3 stations attendees will rotate through to cover aerial lift safety, roadside work safety, and chainsaw safety. Registration deadline has passed.

Invasive Species in Urban Forestry (R8/R9) ReLeaf Workshop May 8, 2023 8:30am to 3pm. Speakers will discuss invasive species regulations, species that have invasive tendencies, and the important of diversity in urban forests from a nonprofit, industry, and statewide perspectives. Registration deadline has passed.


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