Eucalyptus Workshop

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A one-day workshop (8 AM to 4 PM) on Eucalyptus by Drs. Matt Ritter and Jenn Yost
June 28th, 2019 at the LA County Arboretum

Eucalyptus are the most common non-native trees in California - over 30 species are widely grown throughout the state.  A working knowledge of Eucalyptus, including identification, ecological traits, and physical characteristics is essential for any practicing California arborist, urban forester, consultant, city planner, or landscape architect.

The workshop ($120) includes:

  • Classroom and field instruction in a world renown collection of trees

  • ISA Continuing Education Units 

  • An ID worksheet packet

  • Copy of Dr. Ritter’s new book - California Plants

  • Catered lunch and refreshments

Participants completing the workshop will be able to identify all commonly grown Eucalyptus in California and will receive reference materials necessary for future work with Eucalyptus.

Please Note: If you’re registering for more than one person, please email

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Dr. Jenn Yost - Inspiring professor of Botany at Cal Poly, where she teaches plant identification, ecology and evolution. 

Dr. Matt Ritter - Winner of the WCISA R. W. Harris Award for excellence in education and author of several books on California plants. 


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