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Trees: A Symposium

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      Bedford Garden Club to Hold Post-Sandy Tree Symposium


   January 17th at Bedford’s Historical Hall


 


 


More than two months after Hurricane Sandy, with downed trees along Bedford roads a vivid reminder of the damage caused by the historic storm, the Bedford Garden Club’s Branch Out announces the first-ever


                       Trees: A Symposium 


The open-to-the-public event will take place January 17th at 7 PM at Historical Hall in Bedford Village.


The moderated panel discussion will include three outstanding tree experts: Rod Christie, Executive director of Mianus River Gorge Preserve, Mike Galvin, Director of SaveATree Consulting Group and David Fedczuk, an acclaimed arborist from the New York Botanical Garden who specializes in DIY pruning and safe use of chainsaws. The three will address the best strategies for saving, maintaining and preventing future damage and will answer questions from the audience. 

joyce corrigan January 17, 2013 at 08:58 PM
Stand tall for Bedford trees---and learn how to keep them beautiful and safe in any storm

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