The epic journey of four AA members who cycled from the AA Headquarters, Gloucestershire, to the Houses of Parliament...
Thursday 6 December sees four fearless Arboricultural Association (AA) members riding to the Houses of Parliament to deliver the biosecurity message in person.
New guidance note launched to help professionals in all roles within the tree care industry to apply biosecurity practices during their day to day work.
The Arboricultural Association has released a series of videos featuring prominent figures highlighting the importance of biosecurity.
It is a measure of the importance attached to the future health of the UK’s trees that HRH The Prince of Wales readily agreed to prepare a message of support...
HRH The Prince of Wales opens the 2017 Amenity Conference on Biosecurity at the University of Exeter....
The Arboricultural Association is thrilled to be able to announce that the opening address for the 51st National Amenity Conference ‘Biosecurity: Protect & Survive’ will be...
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...
Professor Dr. Andreas Roloff brings a groundbreaking new proposal to 'Biosecurity: Protect & Survive'
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.