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PROJEKTI - ERASMUS+ ARBORISTS [ Izdrukai ]
Visi projekti Latviski

P R O J E C T: “ARBORISTS: Urban Tree Care for Sustainable Cities
in the Baltic Sea Region” No. 2017-1-LT01-KA202-035253

Project duration:

01-11-2017 – 31-10-2019

Project budget:

290.560,00 EUR

Collaborating partners:

PO Vilnius Jeruzales Labour Market Training Centre (Lithuania)

European Arboricultural Council (Germany)

IPC Groene ruimte bv (The Netherlands)

Jyväskylän koulutuskuntayhtymä (Finland)

Priekuļu tehnikums (Latvia)

Luua Metsanduskool  (Estonia)

 

Project aim

To develop the innovative profession of Arborists in the Baltic Sea Region

Project target groups:

Direct target groups - young people and adults who want to gain the profession of an Arborist.

Indirect target groups -  citizens, VET schools, urban tree care/Arboriculture community, Environmental ministries, City Councils.


ARBORICULTURE is an innovative type of the urban tree care which is understood as the cultivation, management, and study of individual trees and other woody plants that grow within the human populated and urban areas. Trees in the city add value to the property, make city streets cozy and beautiful, provide Eco-niches  for  birds and other species, and generally present the level of environmental sustainability of the city. The innovation of Arboriculture consists in the multiple approach to tree treatment. An ARBORIST must possess the theoretical knowledge of ecology, biology and chemistry such as fertilization, pest and pathogen control, root, trunk and canopy treatment, and in addition - practical techniques such as selection, planting,  pruning, shaping, working in heights, and removal of dead trees.

The international urban tree care community recommends that the urban tree care must be performed by people who have a qualification of an Arborist, or with equivalent skills and knowledge. In many countries this understanding has been supported, and is now being strongly considered or even supported at some level in the Baltic Sea Region countries. This opinion is grounded in research which reports many tree damages in cities that make City Councils/Municipalities to lose significant amounts in their budgets.

 

Project will seek to achieve the following Outcomes:

• Producing expert guidelines for Arborist training

• Developing National/regional/city recommendations

• Developing Arborist trainer training instruments

• Developing Arborist training instruments

• Developing and publishing techbooks (online)

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