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  • Hazard Tree Identification Training | Storm Devastation Unearths the Hazards of Neglected Trees
    usually a combination of several factors Chisholm said Crews from Chisholm s Aspen Tree Expert Co Inc based in Jackson worked 16 hour days clearing trees to help restore power to North Jersey after the Oct 28 snowstorm Some causes of hazardous trees are manmade like when certain species are planted too close to roads power lines and structures While oaks and hickories are sturdy and less prone to defects species including willows poplars sassafras and silver maples are weak wooded and you wouldn t want them close to a building Chisholm warned Szczawinski said his home lost power in the nor easter when a 230 year old red oak tree in North Caldwell toppled A road had been built within a foot of the massive tree causing its roots to fail over time he said A downed tree limb in Cranford NJ one of many victims of the freak October 2011 snowstorm Courtesy of Glenn Eisenberg The Cranford Chronicle Improper pruning also weakens trees and can turn them into hazards said Szczawinski an arboricultural instructor for nearly 19 years and dean of students at the Bergen County Technical High School Like people trees require checkups to stay healthy Szczawinski said You assess and then mitigate if needed A member of the Little Falls shade tree commission Szczawinski said the town s trees survived the October nor easter well because we are ahead of the curve on most hazards Szczawinski is concerned that storm damage has demonized trees Some people now think trees are dangerous and the knee jerk reaction is to remove every tree he said But removal is not always necessary and can actually create a hazardous condition if for example the tree had been protecting a home Proper pruning or installing cables for support often can correct

    Original URL path: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/stories/Tree-Experts-Teach-Hazard-Tree-Identification-Tips.html (2014-06-13)
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  • Operating Status Page - Winter Weather Advisories ~ Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education
    Page Winter Weather Advisories Click here to view the weather status Rutgers The State University of New Jersey Office of Continuing Professional Education 102 Ryders Lane New Brunswick NJ 08901

    Original URL path: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/status/ (2014-06-13)
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  • Mosquito Identification, Biology, Ecology, Surveillance & Control | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    Specialists are encouraged to participate Students can register for any workshop individually should they wish to gain experience in any one discipline Students wishing to become certified by the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station in Mosquito Identification Biology and Habitat Recognition will need to satisfactorily complete all three sections and pass a certification examination The workshops need not be completed in the same year to obtain certification though it is generally recommended Fees Workshop 1 Mosquito Biology and Control TBD Workshop 2 Mosquito Habitat Recognition TBD Workshop 3 Mosquito Identification TBD Substitutions are permitted View cancellation policy Meals Information about meals will be provided when registration opens NOTE If you have any dietary restrictions or special needs please alert us at least 1 week in advance of the course date so that we may accommodate you Location GPS systems may not recognize campus addresses Even if they take you to the correct building they will not take you to the assigned parking lot Therefore we strongly recommend that you use the directions we provide New Brunswick NJ Register Sorry Registration is not currently available Would you like to be notified when the next offering is scheduled Here are 3 convenient ways to be added to our mailing list 1 Click here to join our mailing list please reference Mosquito Identification Biology Ecology Surveillance Control or Course Code AE0601CA 2 Call us at 732 932 9271 3 E mail us at ocpe njaes rutgers edu Attention U S Veterans All of the courses offered by the Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education are approved by the New Jersey State Approving Agency for Veterans Training for tuition reimbursement through the GI Bill For more information about the GI Bill click here Workshops Mosquito Biology Control MBC Workshop The mosquito biology section of

    Original URL path: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/courses/current/ae0601ca.html (2014-06-13)
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  • No adverse weather conditions are being reported or experienced in the central New Jersey area All OCPE courses are running as scheduled 4 23 2014 12 49 37 PM Refresh

    Original URL path: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/rut/live/feed.asp (2014-06-13)
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