Last week saw us host our first socially distanced training course at the Arboricultural Association headquarters
Beekeepers and members of the public were today asked to remain vigilant after an Asian hornet was spotted in the Gosport area of Hampshire.
Take to complete this survey to help us to develop four new apprenticeships, to be supported by the Government’s apprenticeship scheme
August saw incidents involving goalposts that raises safety concerns
The Arboricultural Association has produced a response to the England Tree Strategy (ETS) consultation document.
The AA AGM 2020 sees new Chair and Vice Chair elected.
What we need is sustainable, realistic tree planting on sites where it is appropriate
Spring arrives full of promise and a cue to rejoice is spotting my old speckled friend, dryad’s saddle (Cerioporus squamosus)
In Scotland, court cases involving trees are rare and reported cases in the Court of Session (Scotland’s supreme civil court) rarer still.
It’s widely accepted that more trees need to be planted but how can we achieve diversity.