Following the success of last year’s i-Tree Eco Australia workshops, NGIA in collaboration with National Urban Forest Alliance (NUFA) have organised a second round of one day i-Tree Eco Australia workshops:
|Cairns||Tuesday 19 November||Cairns Regional Council, Civic Reception Room 119-145 Spence Street, Cairns, QLD|
|Brisbane||Wednesday 20 November||2013 Redlands Research Station 26-40 Delancey Street, Cleveland, QLD|
|Tweed Heads||Thursday 21 November||Kingscliff campus – North Coast TAFE Cudgen Road, Kingscliff, NSW|
|Sydney||Monday 25 November||Northcote Conference & Function Centre 12 Fennell Street, North Parramatta, NSW|
|Perth||Tuesday 26 November||Western Australian Ecology Centre, Tamala Room Bold Park, Perry Lakes Drive, Floreat, WA|
|Adelaide||Thursday 28 November||Campbelltown City Council 172 Montacute Road, Rostrevor, SA|
|Melbourne||Monday 2 December||University of Melbourne – Burnley Campus, Burnley Hall 500 Yarra Boulevard, Richmond, Vic|
|Hobart||Tuesday 3 December||Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, Riverview Room Queens Domain, Hobart, TAS|
The workshops are designed to provide participants with an overview of the i-Tree Eco software and its application including i-Tree Canopy.
Workshop participants will be provided with an overview of i-Tree Eco, requirements for its operation, its application for Australian use, and future opportunities for its ongoing development. Case studies of completed Australian projects using i-Tree Eco will also be presented. An opportunity Participants will also be provided with the opportunity to collect field data using i-Tree Eco.
Workshops run from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm and will be presented by Craig Hinton and Chris Spencer from ENSPEC Arboriculture and Environmental Consultants. The cost to attend is $44 per person which covers all workshop materials, equipment hire and lunch. For more information about the workshops and to register your interest, please click 2013 i-Tree Eco Australia Workshops Registration Brochure.
Contact Anthony Kachenko at NGIA on 02 8861 5106 or firstname.lastname@example.org should you wish to discuss these workshops or the NUFA further.