The Arboricultural Associations’
The 53rd Arboricultural Association National Amenity Conference
The UK’s Biggest Arboriculture Conference
Crown & Canopy Management
Working with Nature
University of Exeter, 8–11 September 2019
This year’s Conference is focussing on the heart of arboriculture – managing trees and tree populations, from the macro to the micro, through canopy and crown.
- Relevant to all professionals working in the world of Arboriculture
- Managing Tree Populations from the macro to the micro
- Taking your knowledge and understanding to new levels
Whether you are dealing with policy at local, regional, national or global level, or working on individual trees as a climbing arborist, consultant, specifier or practitioner, the conference will present an engaging programme of international and local speakers that will take your knowledge and understanding to new levels.
A world class Arboriculture Conference
In 2018 a record 426 attendees enjoyed one of the most successful AA conferences in recent memory.
“This year’s Arboricultural Association Conference at Exeter, Soils & Trees, maintained its position as one of the best in the world.”
Jeremy Barrell – Barrell Tree Consultancy (UK)
“Some really good stuff on day two of the Arboricultural Association Soils and Trees Conference – reinforcing the notion that every site and situation is different, and our specifications should never be used as recipe books. A truly enjoyable conference and such a privilege to be able to be involved.”
Mark Roberts – Roberts Consulting (New Zealand)
An enlightened approach to the Urban Forest
Under the four broad topic areas of ‘Natural function’, ‘Governance, guidance and application’, ‘Pruning methodologies<’ and ‘Challenging current practice’, we will explore in depth the latest understanding, theories, technologies and procedures while taking an honest look at past and present practices in order to help drive the industry towards a more enlightened approach to our day-to day relationship with the urban forest.
(Returning for the 1st time since 2015)