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Beauvoir Historic Live Oak Preservation

This seminar will be an on-site demonstration of live oak maintenance and preservation.

What Workshop
When May 22, 2013
from 09:00 am to 03:30 pm
Where Beauvoir - Biloxi, Mississippi
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The free seminar is open to all citizens, property owners, business owners and others wanting to learn ways to improve, maintain and preserve live oaks and other trees along the coast. A healthy Gulf Coast tree canopy protects and enhances the local environment, quality of life, gulf habitat, property values and provides many other benefits to the citizens of the coast. This will be a detailed workshop on live oak preservation, pruning and maintenance. Continuing education credits are available for elected officials, arborists, foresters, LA, builders, engineers, parks and rec and others.

Location: Beauvoir Library, 2244 Beach Blvd. Biloxi, MS 39531, (228) 388-4400

Registration: Email (or text) your name to Donna Yowell (601) 672-0755 at dyowell@aol.com

Lunch provided.

Instructors:

  • Bertram Davis, Beauvoir
  • Donna Yowell, MUFC
  • Stephen Dicke, MS State Extension
  • Glenn Hughes, MS State Extension
  • Gerald A. Miller, Cambium Tree Care & P{reservation
Contact
Donna Yowell
(601) 672-0755
Sub-Topics
Risk Assessment and Hazard, Arboricultural Profession, Protection (tree)
State(s)/Region(s)
Mississippi
Keywords
Planting, Live oak, Hazard assessment
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