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Obvious Tree Defects Guide - When might a tree be dangerous?

Subject: Obvious Tree Defects Guide - When might a tree be dangerous?
From: David Evans
Date: Aug 16 2019 08:36:18
The most recent version (v1.6) of VALID's free 'Obvious Tree Defects Guide'
is now available.  The guide is for non-arborists and you're welcome to
share it with your clients, colleagues, and friends.

 

https://tinyurl.com/y679ucl4

 

The guide is there to encourage the kind of citizen science tree risk
assessment that happens every day, and all the time.  Which is why 'Passive
Assessment'* is such a valuable tree risk management asset.

 

The difference in this version is my realisation that 'tree defect' is
arb-speak.  A civilian is more likely to think about whether a tree is
'dangerous' or not.  So, the new headline is 'When might a tree be
dangerous?'

 

*Passive Assessment - Keeping an eye for obvious tree defects, you can't
help but notice, as you go about your day to day routine.

 

Cheers

 

Acer Ventura




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