Trees are an important part of the home landscape and environment. Trees provide oxygen, absorb carbon dioxide, remove pollution, reduce storm water runoff and provide resources for wildlife. Trees may also result in property damage and/or personal injury when trees fail. Weather events that contribute to tree failures are expected to increase in frequency and intensity as a result of climate change. Learn how to manage trees and plan landscapes to reduce the probability of tree failure. Also learn how to identify trees that may be predisposed to such a failure and require evaluation by a professional.
Featured Speaker: Russell Norton, Agriculture and Horticulture Extension Educator, Cape Cod Cooperative Extension
Co-Sponsors: Waquoit Bay Reserve, Association to Preserve Cape Cod, MA DCR, NOAA, Friends of Waquoit Bay Reserve, Barnstable County/Cape Cod Cooperative Extension
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Target Audience: scientists, educators, local officials, federal, state and county staff, consultants, non-profit organizations and graduate students
Do you speak at conferences, public meetings, or other events where you need to convey a specific message?
Have you ever felt like you couldn’t quite hold the attention of your audience members? Would you like to learn a simpler, more effective way to design your slides? Join presentation coach and trainer, Cathy Angell, for a fast-paced and entertaining class that will show you how to:
Present visuals that have impact;
Use techniques that will keep your audience engaged in both a live or virtual setting;
Deliver data in a way that sticks in people’s brains;
Transform the way you do PowerPoint.
Meet the Trainer - Cathy Angell, M.Ed., is the owner of Cathy Angell Communications and specializes in presentation design and delivery for scientists, educators, and public officials. Her trainings are offered both in-person and online. She was the former coordinator of Washington’s Coastal Training Program, considered to be one of the most successful training programs in the country for coastal managers. Cathy is nationally known for her transformative methods and received a communications award from NOAA which is given out each year in her honor.