Tuesday-Wednesday • January 12-13, 2021
As we join others to help keep everyone safe this year, the MTWFA winter conference will be a two-day online event consisting of a bundle of webinars loaded with educational opportunities*** and offering CEUs.
Questions? See below, and email us if you have others.
*** MTWFA’s educational programs are made possible through a grant from the USDA Forest Service, Urban and Community Forestry Program and the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, Bureau of Forestry.
Ready to register? Use the online registration form.
When are the webinars?
January 12, 2021 Tuesday morning 9:00 am – 12:10 pm
January 13, 2021 Wednesday afternoon 12:30 pm – 3:50
How much does it cost? For current paid members for 2020, it’s free! The non-member fee of $85 includes a one-year membership for 2021.
What about the cost for multiple registrations, either from municipalities or commercial members? As in the past, if one member of a municipality is a current member, then all employees of that municipality are eligible for the member rate (for these webinars, free). Companies who have paid commercial dues in 2020 may also register any of their employees for free.
How do I register? Fill out the online registration form and be sure to include certification numbers for credits you are requesting. You will receive a registration confirmation, and, prior to the conference, two Zoom links, one for each day of webinars. Non-members will receive an emailed invoice that must be paid before the conference links are sent.
Can I register other people besides myself? No. Each person must register with a unique email address and the Zoom links will be sent to that unique address. The unique email address is required in order to validate individual proof of attendance for receiving pesticide and association credits.
Can I interact with the speaker? You may submit written questions, either in advance via email or in a chat box during the pre-recorded online presentation. At the end of each presentation, the speaker and our moderator will join live and address the questions.
How will I get my pesticide credits and other CEUs? To earn CEUs you must be logged into the webinar the entire time AND you will be asked to answer intermittent quiz questions as proof of attention.
Can I view the webinars at other times? You must attend the webinars on the actual dates, January 12-13, in order to receive continuing education credits.
We’re disappointed not to see you in Sturbridge this year, but we are hopeful that everyone’s online efforts will pay off and we’ll see you there in 2022! A haiku for this challenging year, created by Meria Marom 4/24/20: