Touring a Pollinator Habitat
The Rights-of-Way as Habitat Working Group, a network of professionals from across the electric, gas, rail and road industries, is co-locating its event with the 2019 Trees & Utilities conference. On Monday morning, attendees can embark on an optional pollinator habitat tour to visit established habitat sites and talk with pollinator habitat experts.
Attendees can play a round of golf during the Asplundh/Tree Fund golf outing, which requires an additional registration.
Women in Vegetation Management
On Tuesday morning, Anne Marie Moran, National Grid, and Josiane Bonneau, Wildlife Habitat Council will lead the Women in Vegetation Management Workshop, which requires additional registration.
After the exhibit hall opens, the conference will kick off with the special award ceremony hosted by the Arbor Day Foundation and Utility Arborist Association to recognize the Tree Line USA Utilities and bestow other honors.
Climate Change and Severe Weather
On Wednesday morning, the conference will focus on such topics as climate change, severe weather and storm hardening, IVM and vegetation management data etc. In addition, the event will include sessions on sustainability, safety and condition-based maintenance.
Visiting with Exhibitors
Arbor Day Foundation
Attendees can visit with exhibitors during many different times during the event to learn about the latest tools, technologies and services in the vegetation management industry.