The need to plant more trees in both urban and rural areas is now widely accepted across the political spectrum.
But a recent meeting with parliamentarians organised by the Arboricultural...
Sweet chestnut blight, a disease that affects sweet chestnut trees, has been found in South East London, the UK Government’s Chief Plant Health Officer has confirmed.
Join canopy adventurers, explorers, scientists and filmmakers from around the
world as they sleep high in the treetops on 24th June. Watch the sun set and
experience the dawn from the canopy of...
The Arboricultural Association’s 3ATC college and UK Open climbing competitions are back for 2017
Working in Arboriculture can cover many activities. Given the widespread public affection for trees we decided a photo contest would be an ideal opportunity to further our goal of promoting the...
Customers joining Britain’s leading green energy company, Ecotricity, can support new conservation projects in England’s national woods and forests.
Arboricultural Association launches UK wide Tree Officer survey to assess the impact of austerity measures in recent years
The Arboricultural Association calls for a balanced debate following the recent controversy over the management of Sheffield street trees by Sheffield City Council, because the situation is now...
AA Chairman Keith Sacre is among the speakers on 9th March 2017. The event aims to provide up to date information on the recent and imminent tree health threats in London and SE England, and...
Plant health authorities issue warnings urging tree professionals to be vigilant following outbreaks among a small number of trees near Exeter