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Coatesville, USA

I am a US Reg Army Veteran. Studied NEW TREE BIOLOGY for 1991 to 2005. Live in Philadelphia Area. Happy Married since 2003.


290 Professor Hours in front of Dr. Alex L. Shigo the Father of Modern Arboriculture
Tree Autopsy & Dissection Lab, two day lab with Dr. Alex L. Shigo in Portsmouth, NH

- Eight 3.5 day workshops on New Tree Biology with Dr Alex L Shigo at Appalachia State Univ.

- Twelve 2 day workshops in Portsmouth NH with Dr. Alex L Shigo on the following topics:

- Modern Arboriculture as the textbook & History of Arboriculture

- Tree Chemistry With Just A Little Fear & Chemistry You ...See All

Experience and Distinctions

I invented a staking device CAMGUARDS�î as an alternative to the injurious use of the wire in the


- Making phone calls, visiting college libraries, contacting USFS Libraries and contacting other researchers gathering technical reports, reading them, filing them and placing keywords in a database to better understand and care for trees and their associates. Thus being able to better communicate with the public on critical issues.

- Visited many Virgin Old Growth Forest to understand how the system is designed to function to see what things look like ...See All

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Expert Academy on LiL
10 Completed Sessions
Last Session:
Sat May 30 2020 at 04:00 pm EDT
Last Log-in:
Fri Jun 5 2020 at 08:15 pm EDT
On Learn It Live Since:
Tuesday Mar 17, 2020
Learning Intrest
About John Keslick
Group Classes (11)
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John Keslick
Education > Other
Start: Jun 06, 2020 at 03:00 pm EDT
Some pictures. Questions fron ClassVIII Briefly NON WOODY ROOTS Briefly Discuss Meristematic Points with images from stem meristematic point traces. Briefly discuss LEAVES AND NEEDLES, BUDS, ACORNS WHITE AND RED OAK Briefly Discuss FLOWERS
John Keslick
Education > Other
Recorded: May 30, 2020 at 04:00 pm EDT
Some pictures. Briefly review WOODY STEM/ROOT. Briefly discuss NON WOODY ROOTS Briefly discuss MYCORRHIZAE IN WINTER Briefly discuss LEAVES AND NEEDLES, BUDS, ACORNS WHITE AND RED OAK Then FLOWERS
John Keslick
Education > Other
Ended: May 24, 2020 at 04:00 pm EDT
Same as Class 7