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RE: Tree wardens.

Subject: RE: Tree wardens.
From: Valentine, Philip
Date: Dec 11 2001 16:02:48

Best tip is not to turn up


-----Original Message-----
From: helen gregson []
Sent: 11 December 2001 15:54
To:   UK Tree Care
Subject:      Tree wardens.

Can any one help, but in particular the arb officer at Amber Valley 

I am giving a talk on tree survey techniques (tomorrow!) to a group of 
about 12 tree wardens from the Amber Valley area and I am wondering if 
there are some things that I should most definately include and those 
things that I perhaps should most definately avoid. 

Any hints and helpful pointers from those who have worked with t. wardens 
before would be most welcome.  Or even those that havn't and have some 


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