Pruning the Right Way Workshop & Demo: Tips & Techniques for Trees

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Improperly pruned treeJ. Andrew Wagner, ISA Certified Arborist, from Heartwoodtree.com will present on proper pruning techniques on Saturday, November 11 at 9 a.m. at the Marion Community Building, 191 N. Main St, Marion. We will then have a hands-on tree pruning demonstration. For the pruning demonstration, the tree that will be used for the demonstration was planted by the City of Marion to honor Geneva Blanton in January 2000. The workshop will conclude at noon.

This workshop is ideal for landscape professionals, school maintenance workers, real estate agents, and homeowners. Landscape Contractor Continuing Education credits (2.5L) have been approved, and Pesticide Recertification credits have been applied for.

The workshop is hosted by City of Marion Tree Board and North Carolina Cooperative Extension-McDowell County Center. Cost of the workshop is $10. Please make checks payable to NCCE-McDowell County Center. Mail to: NCCE-McDowell County Center, 60 East Court St, Marion, NC 28752. Questions? Please contact Molly Sandfoss 828-652-8104.

Registration link:

https://goo.gl/forms/4FBzpBOVEQqvuTKg1