Native and Invasive Tree Identification Walking Tour
For the 13th consecutive year, the City is pleased to offer a series of free Urban and Community Forestry Workshops for the public. Please call 503-635-0290 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for free registration. Class sizes are limited and registration is required to attend. Priority will be given to Lake Oswego residents.
Native and Invasive Tree Identification Walking Tour – Saturday, August 3, 10 – 11:30 a.m., meet at Forest Hills Elementary School, 1133 Andrews Road.
Identify and discuss common native and invasive tree species with ISA Board Certified Master Arborist Todd Prager of Teragan & Associates on a neighborhood walking tour. Todd will explain common terms, concepts, and techniques used in tree identification, and help you become familiar with how to identify a tree by looking at leaves, fruit, bark, twigs, and form. Please wear sturdy shoes and bring your own water.
Other Workshops to be Scheduled This Year:
Gardening for Pollinators
Understanding the Tree Code: Removal & Protection Permits
Creating Backyard Habitat
Right Tree in the Right Place: Selection, Planting and Care
Schedule T.B.D. Please check back soon!