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To mark the release of two of the definitive texts on the subject, we are pleased to launch our first Fungi Symposium on 31 March. Organised by the Arboricultural Association and Lynne Boddy, this one-day online event will feature a selection of international experts who have each been invited to deliver a presentation about one of the chapters of Fungi and Trees: Their Complex Relationships
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Arboricultural Association #ARBatWork photo contest is back for another year and now open for entries! This year’s contest sees a bigger prize giveaway than ever before.
Entries close 5 March
This guidance is intended to support businesses and employers helping their staff to continue working safely during the coronavirus pandemic in line with public health guidance on social distancing..
This series of Safety Guides has been developed to help operators and those responsible for their supervision, e.g. the ‘Competent Person’, to identify the key safety points in relation to activities involving tree work at height.
This new interactive eLearning course gives arborists the opportunity to better understand the planning system and processes in relation to trees. Our second eLearning course is instructed by Jim Mullholland and features five in-depth modules.
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This new poster expands and updates government endorsed advice issued by the Arboricultural Association
Update on Government guidance issued Sunday 10th, Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th May 2020
A chart showing financial measures for UK businesses.
Advice for those who continues to work during the Coronavirus pandemic
Online webinars celebrating trees and fungi
This year’s contest sees a bigger prize giveaway than ever before
For the last in the series we have included parts 11 and 12 in one special podcast.
Long established & accredited tree work company based in the south east...
If you manage trees in England we want to hear your views
The Government has today (16 February) announced plans to address the plant...
Defra are looking for input from arborists in developing a list of items for...
For the last in the series we have included parts 11 and 12 in one special...
An informal chat to discuss issue hosted by the Women in Arboriculture Group.
Today, as we seek long-term sustainable tree species for our towns and cities...
Formerly known as Scottish Natural Heritage. NatureScot sets out its...
The Association is launching its new Registered Consultant application process
A new initiative on bacterial plant diseases has been launched
The AA launch of a new route to Technician membership
A guide to help you record your Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Results for the Women in Arboriculture Group Kit Survey published, with over...
We are delighted to have launched four of the suite of five Technical Guides ...
The Arboricultural Association Scotland Branch is pleased to announce that...
What was the impact of OPM management as it corresponded with the first...
A year in the life of the Arboricultural Association
In celebration of #NationalTreeWeek the Arboricultural Association launches...
The South East Branch present its’ Winter Lectures and AGM
The Cornwall Branch AGM will take place at The Plume of Feathers at Mitchell
Inverewe is a Scottish gem and an arboricultural anomaly. Sited in an...
On Saturday 26 October, Will Hinchliffe and Lorna Mitchell gave their time to...
Midlands Branch ran a sell-out seminar led by Jeremy Barrell and Dr David...
The Midlands Branch’s Seminar, held in Staffordshire, was an excellent...
In July the Northern Branch visited the Yorkshire Arboretum at Castle Howard...
On 15 August Wales Branch hosted an event for members in the beautiful...
The topic of this East Anglia Branch event was issues affecting plane trees
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Cheltenham Borough Council have an exciting new opportunity within our Planning service for an Assistant Tree Officer
We are looking for an arboricultural consultant to work closely with a small team of friendly and skilled experts
We are looking for an experienced and collaborative individual, who could become a part of the team providing professional expertise to support the Parks and Countryside Service
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