6:30 pm-7:30 pm
The in-person program on June 23 has been canceled, but Arlington County’s Urban Forestry and Historic Preservation Program staff are excited to announce that our upcoming lecture on protecting heritage trees and combatting oak decline will now be pre-recorded and available for streaming on the County website later in June. We modified the format of this presentation from a live, in-person event to a pre-recorded video in order to ensure the health and safety of our community during the COVID-19 crisis. For more information on the ongoing public health situation, visit the County’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) website.
Have you noticed leaf discoloration and wilt on your trees? Do you want to learn how to protect mature trees on your property and in your neighborhood? If so, we can help!
Join Arlington County Urban Forestry and Historic Preservation Program staff to learn about what you can do to combat oak decline and preserve trees on your property. The program will include a brief presentation on the history of the development of Arlington County and an in-depth discussion on tree care in Arlington’s historic districts.
The event is open to anyone interested in learning more about oak decline. The discussion will touch on the protections that local historic designation gives to heritage trees, but most of the talk is applicable to any Arlington resident.