3501 NE 41st St
Tuesday, May 21, 2019, 9am-4pm
Reception to follow: 4–6pm
The Honorable Hilary Franz, Washington State’s Commissioner of Public Lands, will be joined by local experts from academic, nonprofit, business, and government sectors, for a robust discussion of climate change impacts to the urban forest, and how local communities are taking action. This year’s speakers will present the latest information on emerging challenges to the health of urban forests, initiatives to improve urban forest habitat connectivity, elevating trees as green stormwater infrastructure and incorporating urban forest value into innovative carbon credit systems. Learn what you need to know to support a healthy and resilient local urban forest, and contribute to addressing global climate change.
Lunch and reception included with registration.
Full-time student and Corps (including AmeriCorps and DIRTCorps) member rate available.
A limited amount of financial assistance is available. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
The first 100 seats are available at $85, with sponsorships covering the cost of lunch. Once 100 seats have been sold, the in-person rate will increase to $100.