2016 Annual Meeting

The CT Stormwise Program is the topic of our 2016 Annual Meeting

deKoven House, Rockfall Foundation, Middletown, CT
Meeting Location – deKoven House, Middletown, CT

Join us on Saturday April 23rd for the Annual Meeting of the CT Chapter of The American Chestnut Foundation at the Rockfall Foundation's deKoven House in Middletown, CT. We’ll gather starting at 9am. We hope you'll mark your calendar and join us!

Agenda – Saturday April 23th
9:30am Opening Reception
10:00am Introduction and Speakers
12:00pm CT-TACF Annual Meeting and election of Board Members and Officers followed by Lunch
1:00pm CT-TACF Board Meeting – Open to All!
2:30pm Expected close of Chapter Business

If you plan to attend, you MUST RSVP by calling Kendra Collins at (802) 999-8706 or sending her an e-mail at kendra.collins@acf.org.

We have been approved to offer qualified attendees 2 CEU hours of credit in the following licensing categories: Forest Pest Management (category 2), Arborist (category 3D) and Demonstration and Research (category 10). Submission forms and sign-up will be available at the meeting. For further information please contact kendra.collins@acf.org.

Simply looking for directions? See the Rockfall Foundation’s website or download the direction’s map.

The slate of board members and officers can be found at …
http://ctacf.org/2016/04/08/nominating-committee-2016-report/

Thomas Worthley[click for larger photo]
speaker Thomas Worthley

Topic: The CT Stormwise Program

Speaker: Thomas Worthey
Tom Worthley is Assistant Extension Professor at the University of Connecticut Cooperative Extension Service and the University of Connecticut Department of Natural Resources and the Environment. He has written a number of scholarly articles and also teaches courses in Forest Ecology and Management and Dendrology. He has worked extensively on tracts in the UConn Forest and beyond in both outreach and educational activities.

Tom has been involved with development of Stormwise, an innovative application of arboricultural and silvicultural techniques promoting appropriate species mix, age structure and density in roadside forests for storm resilience.

For more information about our speaker, visit the University of Connecticut Extension web-site. and the project stormwise web-site

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Bill Adamsen

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Bill Adamsen is a member of the CT Chapter of The American Chestnut Foundation (TACF) Board of Directors. He served as Chapter President for eight years.

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