Parks and green spaces in UK towns and cities are in danger of falling further into neglect unless the government shows leadership to safeguard their future...
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...
A call for papers has been issued for the first International Arboriculture Conference to explore the theme of Biosecurity.
The AA National Amenity Conference returns to Exeter University...
Arboricultural Association Registered Consultant Jeremy Barrell appears on Wednesday 4th January's edition of The One Show on BBC 1 commenting on the Sheffield stree tree situation.
As part of the Associations renewed determination to raise the profile of our industry and its professionals we were pleased to welcome South West England and Gibraltar MEP Julie Girling to The...
The Arboricultural Association comment on the handling of the felling of trees on Rustlings Road and the council's tree management policy.
Brighton has launched a new nature map helping visitors to enjoy some of the city's Elm trees. Dutch Elm Disease has killed more than sixty million trees, but many remain in Brighton and it now...
In the absence of all the facts, we are unable to comment on Sheffield in any specific way, but the press reports we have seen seem to indicate that there is a high level of public disquiet in the...