Pruning Timber & Landscape Trees for Quality Health

Learn how corrective pruning of young timber stands and landscape trees can help nip problems in the bud. Learn proper pruning techniques that help promote desired structure and growth and how this will positively impact your landscape trees and timberlands. We will focus on what you can implement with your feet firmly on the ground using pole and saw pruners with extensions, hand pruners, and loppers.

Originally aired on July 21, 2020

Instructors:

  • Casey Clapp, Tree Inspector, ISA Certified Arborist, ISA Qualified Tree Risk Assessor, City of Portland, Portland, OR.
  • Daniel Gleason, Tree Inspector, Urban Forestry Department, City of Portland, Portland, OR.

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