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  • 2020-04-03 6:38 AM | Admin (Administrator)

    A short piece about why we shouldn't use 'risk of harm' when talking about tree risk.

    The risk of harm?


  • 2020-02-14 8:51 PM | Admin (Administrator)

    'Tree Defect' no longer appears in any of VALID's Tree Risk-Benefit Management Strategies.

    Want to know why we're 'ditching the defect' here, and the App is going to have a ? added to D for DEFECT?  Click the link to this short article to find out.

    Taking the 'Defect' out of tree risk-benefit management strategies


  • 2020-01-05 12:10 PM | Admin (Administrator)

    Most of the research into ‘Tree Architecture’ (Arboritecture) is from France and Canada.  That means it’s published in French, which many of us can’t read. This piece by Tom Joye, in the UK’s Arboricultural Association’s Arb Magazine, is a great introduction to the world of Tree Architecture, and what it can reveal about the ‘development stage’ of a tree.  It’ll have you look at growth and epicormic growth in a different way.


  • 2019-09-17 1:32 PM | Admin (Administrator)

    Following several requests, there’s now a 'What is VALID?' about on one side of paper.  To download it, click the ‘What is VALID?’ link, which is on the footer of each page.  It looks like this.

    Tree Risk-Benefit Assessment & Management | VALID

  • 2019-06-09 7:45 AM | Admin (Administrator)

    To make good decisions (about tree risk) means that we have to have confidence in what we do know and what we don't know.  This double-header about confidence is a great listen from the BBC World Service.

    It's probably not much of surprise to find out there's very little overlap between confidence and competence; how good people think they are, and how good they really are.

    Confidence: Why it misleads us

    But confidence can also be a force for good.  Here's how.

    Confidence: How it can help us

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