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ISA Today - July 2020

The Landscape Below Ground IV Now Available - Previous Version on Sale

Jul 15, 2020

The Landscape Below Ground IV is now available at the ISA Store. Convened in 2018, an international group of presenters introduced the latest research and management practices related to all aspects of tree root development in urban soils. The papers included in these proceedings contribute to the growing body of knowledge on these topics and represent an important resource for practitioners, managers, and policymakers involved in tree care in cities.

The Results of the ISA Board of Directors Special Election Are In

Jul 15, 2020

‚ÄčThe ISA Board of Directors consists of 15 Directors. Ten (10) Directors are elected by ISA members and three (3) are elected by the ISA’s Council of Representatives. The other two Directors are the President and President-Elect, who are elected by the current Board of Directors.

Tree Cities of the World Important Update

Jul 15, 2020

Cities from around the world have been honored with the Tree Cities of the World recognition by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Arbor Day Foundation. These cities are among the first to be recognized for their commitment to urban forestry management.

Celebrate National Forest Week

Jul 15, 2020

Join the National Forest Foundation in celebrating the importance of our forests and grasslands. Through a growing movement of passionate voices, the organization is highlighting how special and vital these lands are for quality of life during National Forest Week.

2020 ISA Annual International Conference and Trade Show Survey

Jul 15, 2020

With ISA moving the 2020 ISA Annual International Conference and Trade Show to 15-17 December, we want to make sure the event is as accessible and successful as possible, whether in-person, virtual or a hybrid approach.

July issue of Arboriculture & Urban Forestry is Available Online

Jul 15, 2020

Read the latest issue of Arboriculture & Urban Forestry online! Featured in this issue: Understanding Public Willingness to Participate in Local Conservation Initiatives of Urban Trees in Benin City, Nigeria, The Influence of Canopy Cover on Property Values in a Small Southern US City, Phenotyping Austrian Pine for Resistance Using Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectroscopy and so much more.