The Arbor Day Foundation and UAA currently plan to hold the 2020 Annual Trees and Utilities Conference, which is scheduled for September 15-17, 2020 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Early bird registration for the 2020 Trees & Utilities Conference is now open. Join your peers for a learning and engagement event for utility vegetation managers and associated urban forestry professionals. Registration rate increases on May 26. Register today.
Early bird registration is $375 and includes conference materials, CEUs, two continental breakfasts, one boxed lunch, one plated lunch, break refreshments, networking reception (hors d'oeuvres and drinks provided) and an all-access pass to the trade show.
The highlights from this year's program include:
- Keynote speaker, Melanie Spring, will engage the audience with the message on how you can “Rock Your Life”
- Women in Vegetation Management workshop, which will provide a networking opportunity to talk about career paths, challenges and success stories.
- Multi-track educational sessions including an entire session dedicated to our environment.
- The 25th annual Asplundh Golf Outing benefiting the TREE Fund.
Don’t miss out on your opportunity to enhance your program through new ideas, practices and partnerships all found at the Trees & Utilities Conference.Hotel Reservations
Reserve Your Room at the Hilton Milwaukee City Center. You may also make reservations through the Hilton toll-free number (1-800-445-8667). Please mention the group name TREES AND UTILITIES 2020 and the group code PCFC to ensure you receive the group rate. The conference room rate is $179 per night and will be available until August 14 or when the room block has filled.
Note About COVID-19
The health and safety of the conference attendees and staff is the organizers' highest priority. This said, the team will continue to monitor the evolving climate surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19) developments that is shared by health authorities such as The CDC and WHO and will act in the best interest of its stakeholders.
"At this time, we recommend postponing purchasing non-refundable tickets and making travel arrangements until it is deemed prudent and secure to do so. We will communicate any changes in our event as soon as we have confirmed details via our website as well as email to any persons registered. We appreciate your support and patience as we continue to navigate the challenges we are all facing."