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Arborowen

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About Arborowen

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    Senior Member

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  • Location:
    East Sussex
  • Interests
    Trees, GIS, Walking/hiking, fungus
  • Occupation
    Arboricultural Consultant
  • City
    Eastbourne

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  1. RT @WestonbirtArb: Think autumn is the only time to see red leaves @WestonbirtArb? Think again! The young leaves of this Acer pseudoplatanu…

  2. Using drones yesterday afternoon to photograph construction projects in #Hailsham #eastsussex https://t.co/LemeqpaOE5

  3. Did i imagine it or did the queen just confess to removing birds nests from her trees? #TheQueensGreenPlanet… https://t.co/bHxCjVG43a

  4. Looks like weather is warming up this week. #ecologists will be pleased #reptile #surveys

  5. High Hedges and Your Right to Light: Common misconceptions and confusion abounds! We take a quick look at the curre… https://t.co/IFRKlJvk97

  6. Despite the cold snap, #spring is springing! #trees provide a tangible link to the changing seasons when winter can… https://t.co/bSfsH256Ag

  7. New blog post: Protected Trees: Do I Need Permission to Prune or Remove my Trees? https://t.co/4XRVeUsoxf

  8. RT @WoodlandTrust: The #beech tree is the perfect #MothersDay gift. Find out more about this #tree and how to buy it at https://t.co/GRHZWh…

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    E-Flyer

    What are you using to make it Mark? What exactly do you mean when you say E-flyer? If its what I think you mean, I've used Mailchimp for marketing via email its free and easy to produce professional corporate looking sendouts. It's also good for tracking clicks and reads and allows you then to follow up on interested parties with calls etc. Although I normally address any contact I have directly to the people i'm interested in talking to then follow up with a call in the least spam like way possible as white washing contacts can de-value potential. Although having said that, currently i'm playing the 'throw enough at the wall' game and something will stick!
  10. RT @WoodlandTrust: We're pleased with the #government’s decision to amend #PlanningPolicy and move towards robustly protecting irreplaceabl…

  11. See my latest post in a series covering some basics about #arboriculture and engaging a #tree consultant. https://t.co/em4Epvtah9

  12. Managing Risks from Trees https://t.co/em4Epvtah9

  13. @djg23 @UKPowerNetworks Realised the age of you original msg Dave! Doh. Power back on for me now but likely temp wh… https://t.co/4n27VSIXf4

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    Chas or construction line?

    I think it depends of the scale of your company, the client base and probably a whole host of other factors as to how much can be gained from being a member. Audits aren't fun and Its not for everybody. Being involved in audits with SSIPs and industry bodies shows a level of transparency and discipline. Both factors useful in tendering for larger contracts. Its down to the individual to decide how useful it is for their own business. Generally speaking, having previously worked for an AAAC and managing the audit process for the AA and ISO schemes it's always been another string to the bow when tendering, quite a serious one at that.
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    New Laser scanning technology can help 'weigh' trees

    Its sounds impressive, previous posts highlight the potential limitations. Regarding species, this depends on some additional "boots on the ground" assessments of the survey area. Hollow trees? probably not is the answer as its difficult to say when your standing in front of it let alone with lasers! Years ago I used to joke with one of my brothers that you can literally do anything with lasers and everything should have a laser. It appears, that from measuring gravity from space, trees, Lidar to name a few, my joking is now with some foundation.

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