Ecology and Practice of Establishing Native Oaks at Starhill Forest, October 16, 2013

    Jack Phillips of Omaha will co-teach a hands-on seminar on The Ecology and Practice of Establishing Native Oaks with Guy Sternberg this fall at Starhill Forest in Petersburg, Illinois. ( ). If you are among the lucky registrants, come prepared to experience the deepest and most provocative look into oaks and their biology that you will ever encounter! Class size must be limited to the first 20 applicants due to space and equipment limitations, so once you receive the registration information do not delay. Pre-approved ISA CEU credits will be available for professional, certified arborists, but all serious tree students are welcome.
Date: 16 October, 9:00-4:30
Successful registrants should bring sack lunches for a noon picnic and skull session with Jack and ISA-Certified Arborists Guy Sternberg and Alana McKean.  
Tuition: $125 ($25 due upon registration). Participants should prepare for vigorous outdoor activity, and bring water bottle and sack lunch. Binoculars and a hand lens are recommended, as we will observe the bird, insect, and plant life of Starhill Forest. To register, print and complete this form:  Oct 16 2013 NTS Course Registration