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The Arboricultural Association Online Learning

The Arboricultural Association is committed to developing accessible, low cost online learning for all sections of the arboriculture industry and beyond.

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Tree Stories:
Heart, Mind and Soul

Wednesday 19 May 2021 @ 6PM (UK time)

In partnership with the Urban Tree Festival, the Arboricultural Association brings you a free webinar featuring Tracy Chevalier and Jonathan Drori.

Much that is special to us about trees lies where science, culture and folklore meet. From their sofa, Tracy Chevalier and Jonathan Drori explore the world of trees together through their different lenses and read a little from their work. How does a novelist capture trees’ essence and use them as observers and characters in her stories? And how can non-fiction create a meaningful emotional, as well as intellectual link to these amazing organisms? Our relationships with trees range from sacred to profane, and from practical to downright bizarre. But what can their secret lives tell us about the wider world and our place in it?

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Tracy Chevalier

Tracy Chevalier

Tracy Chevalier is the author of six previous novels, including the international bestseller Girl with a Pearl Earring, The Virgin Blue, Falling Angels, The Lady and the Unicorn, Burning Bright and Remarkable Creatures. Born in Washington, DC, she moved in 1984 to London, where she lives with her husband Jonathan Drori. Tracy’s second novel, Girl with a Pearl Earring, was adapted as a 2003 film starring Scarlett Johansson and Colin Firth.

Jonathan Drori

Jonathan Drori

Jonathan Drori is a Trustee of The Woodland Trust and The Eden Project, an Ambassador for the WWF and was for nine years a Trustee of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Jonathan is also the author of the book ‘Around the World in 80 Trees’. He is a Fellow of the Linnean Society and the Zoological Society of London, and a Member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology. In 2006 he was made CBE.

Knot Tying for Arborists

AA Scotland Branch presents:

Knot Tying for Arborists

22 May 2021

Ever wonder if the bowline really is the best attachment knot or if you are even tying it correctly?

Want to try the superior distel knot, but find it easier to just tie a prussic?

Want to know which stopper really will stay in no matter what?

If you want the answer to these questions, and many more, this is the online event for you.

Sign-up and we will show you how it is done. Have a couple of lengths of rope and cordage at hand, and you can practice in the comfort of your own home.

Just let us know the knot(s) you would most like covering when registering for the event and we will try to get through them all.

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