Allied Partner Events

The Pacific Northwest ISA takes great pride in promoting the many educational events taking place all over our chapter region. In addition to chapter-sponsored classes and workshops, take a look at what our Allied Partners have to offer. If you have an event to include, please submit it here.

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December 2018

Setting Stands Up For Success – From Seed To PCT: Applied Early Stand Silviculture In The Inland Northwest

December 13

By Western Forestry and Conservation Association

Description

Understanding early stand silviculture is an important component to ensure the success of your stands in the Inland Northwest. Attend this event to learn the steps necessary to grow successful stands.

Event Location

Centennial Hotel Conference Center - Spokane
303 W North River Dr.
Spokane, WA 99201

Contact

503-226-4562 or melinda@westernforestry.org

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January 2019

Arboriculture I

January 9

By Loretta Mills

Description

A Clackamas Community College Horticulture department course covering the management of trees in residential, commercial, and urban landscapes. Follows course materials prepared by the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA). Topics covered include tree anatomy, selection, installation, response to damage, soil characteristics, pruning techniques and diagnosis of pest problems. Course number: HOR-225-01, Instructor: J. Wentworth-Plato, Tuition and fees: $349+, Winter term course meets on Wednesday January 9-March 20, 2019 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. Registration starts 11/16/18. Contact Loretta Mills at lorettam@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3292 for registration information.

Event Location

Clackamas Community College
19600 Molalla Ave
Oregon City, OR 97045

Contact

lorettam@clackamas.edu

Tree and Shrub Pruning

January 10

By Loretta Mills

Description

Clackamas Community College course with an emphasis on dormant pruning of fruiting and ornamental plants. Pruning and training techniques for grapes, fruit trees, and both evergreen and deciduous ornamental trees and shrubs. Basic woody plant anatomy, growth, and development. Class includes a lab component. Course: HOR-131-01, Instructor: D. Franek, Tuition and fees: $364+, Winter term class that meets on Thursdays Jan 10- March 12 from 1:00-5:00 pm.

Event Location

Clackamas Community College
19600 Molalla Ave
Oregon City, OR 97045

Contact

lorettam@clackamas.edu

Tree Climber Training

January 12

By Loretta Mills

Description

A Clackamas Community College Horticulture department course on the safe use of rope and saddle tree climbing procedures which will be covered through lecture, discussion, and field practice. For beginner to moderately experienced climbers. Course: HOR-239-01, Instructor: J. MENDEZ, Tuition and fees: $203+, Winter term class that meets Saturdays Jan 12 - Dec 9, 2019 from 8:00 am–12:45 pm. Registration starts 11/16/18. Contact Loretta Mills at lorettam@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3292 for registration information.

Event Location

Clackamas Community College
19600 Molalla Ave
Oregon City, OR 97045

Contact

lorettam@clackamas.edu

February 2019

ASCA Consulting Academy

February 19

By Julie Hill

Description

Lots of conferences teach you how to be a great arborist. But there’s only one conference where you can learn the essentials of being a successful Consulting Arborist AND begin the process of becoming a Registered Consulting Arborist® (RCA)—and that’s ASCA’s 2019 Consulting Academy.

During the Academy’s three-day training you’ll:

  • Learn from, and interact with, leading experts in the profession.
  • Form relationships with other attendees and coaches that you can use long after the Academy is over.
  • Take your first step toward becoming an RCA.
  • Increase your earning potential.

Event Location

Hyatt Regency Lake Washington
1053 Lake Washington Blvd N
Renton, WA 98056

Contact

jhill@mgmtsol.com

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Wilderness First Aid and CPR for Arborists

February 23

By Emily Roberts, DiversiTree Arbor Care

Description

Wilderness First Aid & CPR Arborist Specific Training

The Wilderness First Aid (WFA) course is a 3-day training that provides introductory medical skills to individuals working around trees and in remote environments. Through a hands-on and scenario-based approach, this course offers the skills and confidence needed to make informed medical decisions when definitive care is hours away. The WFA includes short lectures, interactive labs, and realistic practice scenarios that help students master the central concepts of remote medicine and effectively respond to an emergency if necessary.
Students completing the course will receive a 24hr Wilderness First Aid Card (valid for three years) and an OSHA Approved CPR Card (valid for two years). The WFA includes an introduction to a broad range of medical skills and topics.

Event Location

Millersylvania State Park ELC
12245 Tilley Rd SW
Olympia, WA 98512

Contact

360-999-0922 or emily@diversitreellc.com

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June 2019

Waza to Kokoro beginner level seminar

June 3

By Kristin Faurest, director, Japanese Garden Training Center

Description

This hands-on professional-level seminar in Japanese garden arts offers instruction in stonesetting, bamboo fence construction, tool use, design, garden history, and several other topics all framed eloquently in the culture of tea. Application is open now through Feb. 15, 2019.

Event Location

Portland Japanese Garden and offsite venues
611 SW Kingston Dr.
Portland, OR 97205

Contact

thecenter@japanesegarden.org

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September 2019

Waza to Kokoro Intermediate level seminar

September 16

By Kristin Faurest, director, Japanese Garden Training Center

Description

This award-winning 12-day hands-on professional-level seminar in Japanese garden arts includes instruction in stonesetting, history, pruning, bamboo fence construction, and design. Instructors include visiting instructors from Japan as well as Portland Japanese Garden staff. Application is open now through April 15, 2019.

Event Location

Portland Japanese Garden and offsite venues
611 SW Kingston Dr.
Portland, OR 97205

Contact

thecenter@japanesegarden.org

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