Trees as Green Infrastructure
The "Trees as Green Infrastructure" course is a continuing education course designed to offer landscape architects and related professionals a better understanding of what is entailed when using trees as green infrastructure in urban areas. It reviews design techniques and uses regional and international case studies to help explain how such designs are currently functioning.
Horticulture / Plants
Sustainable Development & Design
Water / Stormwater Management
Health, Safety and Welfare
1) Understand the details of using urban trees to manage stormwater runoff.
2) Learn about why trees are the most sustainable green infrastructure asset and provide the most benefits, with regional and international case study reviews.
3) Review design techniques and what it takes to implement successful urban trees for green infrastructure into landscape designs.
Jeremy Bailey, Matthew Werle, Shane Carpani, Craig Melvin
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