Ian Scott is a project coordinator and urban forestry specialist for Davey Resource Group working with clients throughout the Western U.S. and Canada since 1998. Based out of Washington state, he works with many cities every year to deliver inventories of their street trees, develop urban forest management consulting solutions and provide analysis to urban tree canopy assessments. Ian’s greatest satisfaction comes from helping communities find the best path to enhance their urban forest for the future generations. He has made presentations on topics of urban forest management to the Arbor Day Foundation and various chapters of the International Society of Arboriculture. Ian has a Bachelor of Science degree in Forestry and Environmental Management from the University of New Brunswick, Canada. He is a 2009 graduate from the Municipal Forestry Institute, and also an ISA Certified Arborist (PN-5408AUM) with Tree Risk Assessment Qualification. He maintains advanced ISA credentials in Municipal and Utility Arboriculture. He is chair of the membership committee at the ISA, an active member of the Pacific Northwest Chapter ISA and the Utility Arborist Association. Ian is fascinated by the diversity of value trees and the urban forest can provide for the communities in which we all live. His passion for his career has made him a leader in the urban forestry consulting community for Davey Resource Group.