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This page summarises two workshops and a number of one-to-one consultations that formed part of the development of the Individual Tree Data Standard. Workshops were held in May and July 2019 at the Open University in Milton Keynes.
The workshops were attended by representatives from:
The aims of the first workshop were:
The aims of the second workshop were:
The first workshop identified the motivations and opportunities associated with establishing a standard, but also raised some barriers and constraints.
The second workshop identified different groups of data collectors and therefore users of a new tree data collection standard, including arboricultural consultancies, development organisations, members of the public/volunteers, policy makers (central and local government), managers of tree populations, academics, third sector organisations, botanic gardens and collections.
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