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Applied Tree Biology with Dr Andy Hirons - Bristol

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Hi Folks

 

Only a few places left on the Bristol course. The first course took place this week in Wokingham and earned rave reviews.

 

Applied Tree Biology will develop a fundamental understanding of tree biology and help arboriculturalists understand the science that underpins tree management practices. Run by Dr Andy Hirons this is not a course to be missed.

 

Booking: https://www.trees.org.uk/Training-And-Events/Course-Detail?id=84431A57-8C26-4077-949C-F8FF979920E6

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