|DNR Certified Tree Inspectors|
Certified tree inspectors have passed a test in which they demonstrate proficiency in Dutch elm disease and oak wilt management, tree identification, firewood identification, and shade tree management. Tree inspectors must attend annual recertification workshops to learn the latest information on tree care, exotic species management, shade tree management, tree selection, insect and disease identification, tree health care and other timely topics.
To be certified as a new tree inspector, you must pass an examination that measures knowledge in shade tree pest identification and management. Exams are given at the end of a new inspector training workshop. A person must pass the examination with a score of 70 percent or better to become certified. The workshop you attend includes basic instruction so that you can demonstrate the following qualifications:
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