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January 17th & 18th, 2019

Think Tree Resources

Soil and the City, Episode 1: Can Soil Get its Groove Back?

by Amy Bell, PLA, ASLA, ISA Certified Arborist FBT Architects Landscape Architect

This six-part blog series will investigate the reasons why we have fallen out of love with soil (or at the very least taken it for granted) and how we can rekindle that relationship through an amended approach to the design and construction of our everyday places.

Soil and the City, Episode 1: Can Soil Get its Groove Back?

As designers, we seek certain aesthetic and functional goals. We engage in the coupling of form and function; nature and culture; past, present and future. Our goal is that this effort manifests in seductive lines, alluring patterns, and evocative sensory experience. Yet, in no small part because of our design efforts, our modern lifestyles often separate us from the sensuous natural world. We are surrounded by a litany of sterile tastes, sounds and textures that we ourselves have engineered.

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ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification

May 24, 2016 - 8:00 AM through May 26, 2016 - 11:30 AM

ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification 

Register through the ISA-Rocky Mountain Chapter website. Space is limited to, register soon to reserve your spot. 

More information on the Tree Risk Assessment Qualification is here: http://www.isa-arbor.com/…/workshopsandsymp…/traqevents.aspx