Since 1964 the Arboricultural Association has been here to support arborists. Our mission is to promote trees and the professionals who enable their sustainable management.
Whether you’re just starting a career as an arborist or are a fully qualified consultant or business owner who would like to expand your knowledge, it’s time to join the home of professional arboriculture.
Meet like-minded individuals through our branch networks and expand your professional skills with our training, technical advice and online ‘help for arborists’ resources.
As a charity, here are just a few of the things we’re providing to reach our mission:
Save 75% on this essential publication, which gives essential information on the national urban tree stock and urban tree management by local authorities in order to inform best practice.
Get a whopping 30% off RRP – 'Tree Roots in the Built Environment' sets out a comprehensive review of tree root biology and covers a broad range of practical issues that need to be considered in order to grow trees successfully in our towns and cities and to realise the significant benefits they provide in built environments.
Get all our tree inspection Guidance Notes in one big bargain.
Tree Inspection Bundle GN4 :Visual Amenity Valuation of Trees and Woodlands (The Helliwell System) GN11: This Guidance Note provides a comprehensive answer, setting out all the information that may be required when carrying out an aerial inspection. GN:7: A greater understanding of trees and growth in the use of computer technology and technical instrumentation may contribute to improved accuracy of tree surveys, but it remains that the basic requirements of surveying must be clearly understood.
£25 for your essential on-the-go field guides.
Fungi on Trees: What makes this guide so different from anything else on the market is that for the first time decay fungi of amenity trees regularly encountered by arboriculturists are described with an array of representative photographs detailing stages in development as well as close up studio shots as an aid to identification.
Tree Pests and Diseases: This fantastic guide, written by Guy Watson, is a must have for arborists and contains the most common tree pests and diseases likely to be encountered on a day-to-day basis.