Meredith Seaver

Meredith Seaver
Meredith Seaver, If Trees Could Talk.

Meredith Seaver is a Horticulture Assistant and Plant/Pest Diagnostician in the Utah State University/Utah County Cooperative Extension Office. Her work duties include diagnosing plant disease and pest problems, helping gardeners identify and understand the reasons behind their gardening problems and recommending practical, responsible solutions to those problems. In addition to her diagnostic and assistant duties, she has authored many articles for the Utah County Extension Newsletter and is a frequent speaker for community groups, professional organizations and conferences.

Meredith has a B.S. in Horticulture from Utah State University (USU) and is a Master Gardener and a member of the USU/Utah County Master Gardener Association. She is a Certified Arborist and a member of the Utah Nursery and Landscape Association.

If Trees Could Talk. You’ve probably noticed that trees don’t always agree with our decisions about what they need, want or should tolerate. Our trees have many ways of telling us when they aren’t happy.  Come and learn about what trees would say if they could have a heart-to-heart talk with us. We’ll take a look at why tree selection, planting practices, watering habits, pest management choices and general tree care decisions are so important to the well-being of trees and how we can make better tree care decisions.

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