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AA Logo released to Qualified Members

Last Updated:  07/03/2017
AA Member Logos now released

AA Logo released
to Qualified Members
It’s finally here!

Download the logo rules

For the past 50 years there has been no logo available to members of the Arboricultural Association.

Many of you have been crying out for us to release it for a long time…

“Promote us to the public”

“A higher Public Profile for the Association and Amenity Trees in general”

“Release the logo to qualified grades”

“More effort to make the public aware of arboriculture”

“Raising public awareness, greater publicity”

“Education to different sectors and the public”

The overriding response from the 2016 membership survey was that, while we’ve been successful in providing support and resource for the industry, for the profession to advance we need to do more to raise its public profile.

One of the best ways to promote the industry and make the association more recognisable to the public is to provide a logo that can be used and promoted by its members.

By enabling members to demonstrate their status at Technician, Fellow and Professional level, we hope that this will be the first step in a mutually beneficial relationship by helping to raise awareness of both the association and of the professionalism of our industry.

IMPORTANT: Please make sure you read the Logo release rules and guidelines HERE before downloading and using, failure to adhere to the rules could result in action being taken.

The logo must be used in combination with your current Membership Number

Simply login to your member account at and go to

Remember to read the logo release rules in detail before using

Many Thanks,
The Arboricultural Association,/p>


Download the logo rules