Wildlife in Arboriculture Survey

A University of British Columbia research project is examining the relationship between arboriculture practices and wildlife wellbeing through a survey of arborists. Those who take part in the survey will be entered into a drawing for a gift card to an arborist supply store.

Participate in the anonymous survey by visiting the accompanying link. According to the university, you can feel free to distribute the link to other tree care professionals as well.

Any comments or questions can be directed to Dr. Andrew Almas, the principal investigator and a faculty member in Forest Resource Management, University of British Columbia, at andrew.almas@ubc.ca.
The survey can be accessed at: https://ubc.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cNFYoH7RgGpO4zH If all goes as planned, TCI Magazine will have a summary of the survey results in a future issue.

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