Register to Attend an i-Tree Eco Australia Workshop

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:

Location Date Venue
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 should you wish to discuss these workshops or the NUFA further.