This compelling book details Ted Green’s lifelong adventure with trees and tree folk.
Our new ‘What is Arboriculture?’ video is here to promote the range of amazing career opportunities and variety of skillsets within arboriculture - Every amenity tree you see in your day-to-day lives is there because of the work of a long chain of professionals, perhaps dozens or even hundreds of individuals working in different areas of arboriculture, all part of the tree care community!
This book gives a unique insight into what the roots of different trees look like, exploring a hitherto little-described underground world.
Technical Guides 1-5 are the first ever publications to be made available on a special new interactive platform, designed to provide essential arboricultural knowledge on the go.
A world-leading authority for over 50 years on arboricultural best practice, the Association delivers professional standards and guidance, ensuring responsible management of the trees in our care.
The Arboricultural Association is here to support arborists. Our mission is to promote trees and the tree care professionals who enable their sustainable management.
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Crathes Castle, Gardens & Estate, Banchory, Aberdeenshire AB31 5QH
National Botanical Garden Wales
Seckford Hall, Suffolk
East Budleigh, Devon
This role is fundamental in supporting the audit and maintenance of Kent’s 500,000 plus highway trees.
This is an entry level position to allow the post holder to provide support to the Tree Team.
We seek someone who likes to work in a small team, someone who has an excellent understanding of arboriculture to undertake all climbing and/or groundsman operations.
one of the following office locations
Bangor / Conwy / Halkyn / Llandrindod / Aberaeron / Newtown / Dolgellau
We are seeking someone to line manage a team of Arboricultural Officers based across North and Mid Wales
We are seeking an Arboriculture Officer to help manage the Council’s tree stock in parks, open spaces and woodlands across the City
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Tree Officer to join our successful and friendly Planning team
Some exciting opportunities has risen for Arborists/Climbers to join our team covering Bath or Bournemouth or the Midlands.
Due to company progression we are looking for arborists/tree surgeons and team leaders to join our teams.
The successful post holder will be supporting the Principal Arboriculture Officer and the Woodland Creation Officer in providing a holistic tree management service on behalf of the Council.
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