Join City of Kirkland Arborist, Doug Hunter for a day exploring the issues affecting the health of our Puget lowland native trees.
This field-focused workshop at a Kirkland Park will include:
- Common issues affecting the health of PNW native trees (drought stress, disease, pests, age). With a specific focus on structural issues and decay in our northwest trees.
- Basic review of hazard tree analysis – what to watch for at your site and how to communicate issues you've seen with arborists.
- Get your tree health questions answered by a tree pro!
Sign-up on the Steward Event Registration Page
You will receive meeting location and other workshop information after registering.
This workshop will meet at the large shelter at North Rose Hill Woodlands Park and the day will include a walk around the park to look at specific trees and stands. Please dress to be outside the entire time.
Education materials and light refreshments will be provided.
Note: this workshop is open to active Green Kirkland Stewards, Stewards from other Green Cities programs and City of Kirkland Staff.
Parking is available along NE 100th - the north boundary of the park, just east of Fire Station 26. Please meet at the large shelter within the park - see below for a map of the area.