Events

31 January, 2018
Harold Van Dyke Memorial Bursary Deadline

Full details on the program including past recipients can be found on the Canadian TREE Fund website...

14 February, 2018 - 16 February, 2018
ISAO's 69th Annual Educational Conference & Trade Show

Plan now to participate in the educational and networking event of the year! We're heading to Deerhurst in Huntsville, Ontario!

The Education Committee is excited to announce the details for the ISAO’s 69th Annual Educational Conference and Tradeshow.   This event will be held at the Deerhurst Resort in Huntsville,Ontario from February 14th  to 18th, 2018.

For more information and to download registration forms or for a quick link to the hotel's ISAO website, watch our website.

15 February, 2018
ISA Ontario, Annual Meeting of Members

The Annual Meeting of Members (AMM) of the Ontario Chapter of the International Society of Arboriculture (ISAO) is held each year at its Annual Education Conference and Tradeshow. Next year, the 69th Conference will be hosted at the Deerhurst Resort in Huntsville,  Ontario. The AGM will take place on Thursday, February 15th, 2018 at 11:15am in the Waterhouse Ballroom.

The 2017 Annual Meeting Minutes and the financial statements will be available at the ISAO office (late January / early - February).  We will endeavour to post them HERE...as soon as they are available.  Please email:  info@isaontario.com if you would like to receive a copy before the Annual meeting.

9 March, 2018 - 18 March, 2018
Canada Blooms

Canada's largest and most prestigious flower and landscaping show is now being co-held with the National Home Show, Direct Energy Centre, Toronto. Details...

19 March, 2018
Basic Tree Appraisal With James Komen

Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts
10268 Yonge Street
Richmond Hill, ON
Time:  8:30am to 4pm  (registration opens at 8am)

Cost:  ISAO Member:  $155
         Non-member:    $195
         Student:            $100

Registration Form HERE

Focusing on the CTLA Trunk Formula Method, this workshop gives an
overview of the appraisal process and provides an opportunity to
practice in the field. Participants will review common mistakes and
refine their craft as appraising arborists.

The first portion of the course is a lecture that discusses the four
primary components of the formula: trunk area, species rating,
location rating, and condition rating. Next, the error associated with
each component is identified, and recommendations are given for
reducing error.The second half of the course is a field application of
the concepts discussed in the lecture. Participants will divide into
groups and appraise several trees. The class will reconvene and
discuss the results.

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