Kent Honl, Arborologist at Rainbow Treecare Minnesota USA

Kent Honl has worked for Rainbow Company of Minnetonka, Minnesota since 1994, serving as a Technical Arborist, Consulting Arborist, and currently as Arborologist. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from St Olaf College and studied Ecological Horticulture at the University of California at Santa Cruz.  Kent has been an ISA Board Certified Master Arborist since 2007, and acquired his ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification in 2016.   Kent also serves as Adjunct Faculty in Arboriculture for Hennepin Technical College in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, USA.
Note this episode also contains potentially the worlds 1st  musical 'Rap' extract about Armillaria – it's a must listen! 

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Tree Lady Talks Kent Honl, Arborologist at Rainbow Treecare Minnesota USA

Kent Honl has worked for Rainbow Company of Minnetonka, Minnesota since 1994, serving as a Technical Arborist, Consulting Arborist, and currently as Arborologist. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from St Olaf College and studied Ecological Horticulture at the University of California at Santa Cruz.  Kent has been an ISA Board Certified Master Arborist since 2007, and acquired his ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification in 2016.   Kent also serves as Adjunct Faculty in Arboriculture for Hennepin Technical College in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, USA.

 

Amelia Williams Arboricultural Consultant and Bonsai Expert!

Amelia Williams, MICFor, CEnv, MArborA, Dip Arb L6 (ABC) Cert Ed.F.E, Dip Arb L4 (ABC) BSc (Hons) is the Principal Arboricultural Consultant and Company Director of The Arboricultural Company which she founded in February 2020. She has over 20 years experience in Arboriculture and has previously run her own tree consultancy company earlier in her career and has gained a wide range of knowledge and experience in all her previous roles. She is also an assessor for the Institute of Chartered Foresters (ICF) as well as an active member on various strategy task and finish groups of the ICF.

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