Green is the new gold: Money does grow on trees
22nd National Street Tree Symposium
This year’s Symposium provides a conversation about the economic value of trees. The benefits of the urban forest are broad ranging, and research continues to investigate their values. There are times that we need to justify the dollar value of the trees that we are advocating for and finding approaches and research to support this is crucial to the process. That’s where this 22nd TREENET Symposium comes in!
Features will include a direct discussion of the topic, a look at cost models of trees and an analysis of who is doing what in the area of tree valuation.
As always the Symposium will feature some other key topics, including turning grey spaces into green, celebrating red gums, how does your street garden grow, plus much more.
Water Sensitive SA Program Manager, Mellissa Bradley, is presenting as part of the on-demand online session on Friday 3 September 2021 – “Precinct and lot scale WSUD and urban greening: How can latest research influence practice?”
To read more information about the symposium, see the full program or register, head to the National Street Tree Symposium website.