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Since its launch in 2004, the ground-breaking Treework Environmental Practice Innovations in Arboriculture Seminar Series has gained an exceptionally wide following across many disciplines and countries.

Our most recent international seminar covered mind expanding topics on plant sensory experience and communication, and plant morphology and gerontology:

Seminar 21, Transformational Nature

The nature of transformation
Venue: Jodrell Laboratory Lecture Theatre, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Date: 17 May 2016

A review of the seminar can be seen here.


You can catch up on others in the Seminar Series by clicking on the links below.

Seminar 20, Tree Lined Routes and The Linear Forest

The importance of the linear forest
Venue: Jodrell Laboratory Lecture  Theatre, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Date: 25 November 2015

Seminar 16, Avenues, Alleyways and Boulevards
Management for the 21st Century
Venue: Jodrell Laboratory Lecture Theatre, Royal Botanic Gardens,  Kew
Date: 24th June 2010

Seminar 15, Trees and Urban Climate Adaptation
A social agenda for liveable cities
In partnership with the Forestry Commission
Venue: The Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR
Date: 19th November 2009

Seminar 13, Trees, Roots, Fungi, Soil (Part 2)
Towards a model of good soil practice for arboriculture
Venue: Linnean Society, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BF
Date: 30th June 2009

Seminar 12, Trees, Roots, Fungi, Soil (Part 1)
Below-ground ecosystem and implications for tree health
Date: 13th November 2008

Seminar 11, Trees: The Key to Climate Proofing our Cities
Venue: The Royal Geographical Society, Kensington, London

Seminar 9, Integrated European Tree Assessment for Highway and Amenity Tree Inspection
Tree statics and fungal decay non-invasive tree hazard inspection and risk decision making
Venue: Coombe Lodge, Blagdon, North Somerset, BS40 7RE
Date: 15th & 16th November 2007

Seminar 8, The Future of Tree Risk Management Part II: What is Reasonable?
Working towards an industry-led framework for tree risk decision making
Venue: University of West England, St Matthias Campus, Bristol
Date: 12th July 2007

Seminar 7, Tree Morphology
Principles of growth, form and function: diagnostics and management
Venue: University of West England, St Matthias Campus, Bristol
Date: 15th June 2007

Seminar 6, The Future of Tree Risk Management
Exploring the Context and Principles for Non-defensive Risk Management
Venue: Woburn House Conference Centre, 20 Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9HQ
Date: 15th September 2006

Seminar 5, Tree Morphology
Principles and application of tree morphology for diagnostics and management
Venue: Ashton Court, Bristol
Date: 23rd March 2006 & 24th March 2006

Seminar 4, Wind Load Simulation in Trees
Management for Extreme Climatic Events
Venue: Ashton Court Mansion, Bristol
Date: 5th & 6th December 2005

Seminar 3, Life Within and Beneath the Tree
Management for extreme climatic events
Venue: Keele University Conference Park
Date: 17th & 18th November 2005

Seminar 2, Tree Micro-Ecology: Perceptions of Disease and Decay in Trees
Interpreting the significance of factors affecting  tree structure and health
Southern Venue: 23 & 24 May 2005 – Pembroke Lodge, Richmond Park, Greater London
Northern Venue: 26 & 27 May 2005 – Fountains Abbey, Ripon, N. Yorkshire

Seminar 1, Tree Statics and Dynamics
Interpreting the significance of factors affecting tree structure and health
Venue: The National Arboretum, Westonbirt
Date: 21st & 22nd July 2003

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