SMA Liaison Jack Rowe Alabama

Jack Rowe

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State Coordinator: 

Dale Dickens
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People You Should Know

Brenda Allen, Assistant Professor Extension Specialist, (334) 844-1066

Beau Brodbeck, Regional Agent, Alabama Cooperative Extension, Tree Fund Liaison, 2018 President ISA Southern Chapter, (251) 259-6507 [email protected]

Colin Connor, Urban Forester, Hoover, Alabama, Chairman AUCFAC, [email protected]

Dale Dickens, Alabama Forestry Commission, Urban and Community Forestry (334) 240-9360

Will Liner, Alabama Forestry Commission, Urban and Community Forestry (334) 240-9360

Rhett Murphy, President Alabama Urban Forestry Association (256) 262-1556

Coming Events in State:

March 16th:  23rd Annual Urban Forestry & Horticulture Conference, Florence, Alabama

March 15th & 16th: Arborists Review, Fairhope, Alabama – a 2 day workshop covering the entire Arborists Certification Study Guide. The event is meant to help aspiring arborists prepare for the Certified Arborist exam, but is also a continuing education event for current Certified Arborists and allied professions.

March 21st: Demopolis in Bloom – A daylong event in cooperation with America In Bloom. Demopolis emphasizes its urban forest and landscapes with educational workshops and events throughout the day into the evening.

May 28 to 31: TRAQ Renewal & TRAQ Certification Workshops, Fairhope, Alabama

June 28 & 29: Arborists Review, Montgomery, Alabama, location to be arranged.


Links of Interest:

Alabama Urban Forestry Association

Alabama Community Forestry Facebook Page

Urban and Community Forestry, Alabama Cooperative Extension

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Jack Rowe serves as a Regional Extension Agent with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System and as a Community Forester for 17 rural towns, in the ALA-TOM RC&D Council region of Alabama. Jack is involved in local Community Forestry projects and writes and lectures on tree benefits and management.

Jack is a native of the Eastern Kentucky Mountains and was educated at the University of Kentucky, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Horticulture and a Minor in Pest Management. He went on to earn a Master of Science in Entomology focusing on Horticultural Entomology.