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  1. Bats & Trees - Booking Now Open!! A special two-day event... 24-25 January 2022, South Gloucestershire Get your ticket here: https://www.trees.org.uk/Training-Events/Bats-and-Trees The landmark crossover event will comprise a mix of presentations and workshops from experts from both ecology and arboriculture. Its two main aims are to improve the quality of surveys undertaking and improving the safety of those involved with tree surveys for bats. Bats & Trees aims to encourage more ecologists and arborists to work together, sharing knowledge and experience. Trees are an essential part of the environment, providing a wide range of ecosystem services. Trees also provide food and shelter for wildlife. Cavities, splits and hollows, which were historically described as ‘defects’, are now known to provide habitat for numerous wildlife species. Among the wildlife species which use trees for shelter are bats, with 14 of the 17 UK bat species known to roost in trees. Get your ticket here: https://www.trees.org.uk/Training-Events/Bats-and-Trees
  2. Bats & Trees - Booking Now Open!! A special two-day event... 24-25 January 2022, South Gloucestershire Get your ticket here: https://www.trees.org.uk/Training-Events/Bats-and-Trees The landmark crossover event will comprise a mix of presentations and workshops from experts from both ecology and arboriculture. Its two main aims are to improve the quality of surveys undertaking and improving the safety of those involved with tree surveys for bats. Bats & Trees aims to encourage more ecologists and arborists to work together, sharing knowledge and experience. Trees are an essential part of the environment, providing a wide range of ecosystem services. Trees also provide food and shelter for wildlife. Cavities, splits and hollows, which were historically described as ‘defects’, are now known to provide habitat for numerous wildlife species. Among the wildlife species which use trees for shelter are bats, with 14 of the 17 UK bat species known to roost in trees. Get your ticket here: https://www.trees.org.uk/Training-Events/Bats-and-Trees
  3. Arbs! Need to understand and do a risk assessment on-site? ⚠️ The AA Risk Assessment System ONLINE COURSE is running on Jan 12th! - Legal background and where RA fits in - Generic risk assessments - Site-specific risk assessments - Who is responsible for what This course has limited spaces so don't wait to book here: https://www.trees.org.uk/Training-And-Events/Course-Detail?id=0CB4414C-E3DC-4BA6-9000-71B19A4F147F
  4. FREE LIVE Webinar: Chestnuts roasting on an open fire Wednesday 22 December 2021 @ 6pm UK Time Join us for this special festive webinar – in our last webinar before Christmas we’ll be discussing all things Chestnut with Chris Knapman and Ana Pérez-Sierra. Register for free here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vuuGK-1jQ4KHnfT-M3a52g Ana Pérez-Sierra: - Head of Tree Health Diagnostic and Advisory Service, Forest Research Chris Knapman: - Tree and Ecological Consultant
  5. FREE LIVE Webinar: Chestnuts roasting on an open fire Wednesday 22 December 2021 @ 6pm UK Time Join us for this special festive webinar – in our last webinar before Christmas we’ll be discussing all things Chestnut with Chris Knapman and Ana Pérez-Sierra. Register for free here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vuuGK-1jQ4KHnfT-M3a52g Ana Pérez-Sierra: - Head of Tree Health Diagnostic and Advisory Service, Forest Research Chris Knapman: - Tree and Ecological Consultant
  6. FREE LIVE Webinar: Live from the Cornwall Branch Wednesday 8 December @ 6pm UK Time The next Arboricultural Association webinar will be our first in a hybrid format, streamed live from Truro before the AA Cornwall Branch AGM. Featuring a special presentation from John Parker and special guests. Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_QKWp6iPqTbuF91awTBdzUg
  7. FREE LIVE Webinar: Live from the Cornwall Branch Wednesday 8 December @ 6pm UK Time The next Arboricultural Association webinar will be our first in a hybrid format, streamed live from Truro before the AA Cornwall Branch AGM. Featuring a special presentation from John Parker and special guests. Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_QKWp6iPqTbuF91awTBdzUg
  8. Young Tree Aftercare Guide Launched in celebration of #NationalTreeWeek Planting a tree is just the beginning... the hard part is making sure that it becomes established in the landscape. This new Arboricultural Association guide aims to provide an easy-to-follow young tree maintenance programme for at least two or three years. Download and share: https://trees.org.uk/News-Blog/Latest-News/Young-Tree-Aftercare-Guide-Launched
  9. Young Tree Aftercare Guide Launched in celebration of #NationalTreeWeek Planting a tree is just the beginning... the hard part is making sure that it becomes established in the landscape. This new Arboricultural Association guide aims to provide an easy-to-follow young tree maintenance programme for at least two or three years. Download and share: https://trees.org.uk/News-Blog/Latest-News/Young-Tree-Aftercare-Guide-Launched
  10. New Arboricultural Association Strategic Plan Launched! To mark #NationalTreeWeek 2021 we’re excited to launch our new strategy. At the heart of the Strategic Plan is the Association's new vision: ‘Inspiring, supporting and promoting the tree care community for a society that better appreciates and cares for trees.’ You can view the plan in its entirety here: https://www.trees.org.uk/News-Blog/Latest-News/New-AA-Strategic-Plan Arboricultural professionals are, and will always be, at the heart of what we do, and a key part of our mission is to represent those working in all areas of professional arboriculture, at all stages of their career. In addition to this we will continue to do more to engage the whole tree care community, including those who don't actually work in our profession. Everyone has a role to play.
  11. New Arboricultural Association Strategic Plan Launched! To mark #NationalTreeWeek 2021 we’re excited to launch our new strategy. At the heart of the Strategic Plan is the Association's new vision: ‘Inspiring, supporting and promoting the tree care community for a society that better appreciates and cares for trees.’ You can view the plan in its entirety here: https://www.trees.org.uk/News-Blog/Latest-News/New-AA-Strategic-Plan Arboricultural professionals are, and will always be, at the heart of what we do, and a key part of our mission is to represent those working in all areas of professional arboriculture, at all stages of their career. In addition to this we will continue to do more to engage the whole tree care community, including those who don't actually work in our profession. Everyone has a role to play.
  12. Ted Green and Lynne Boddy talk a load of rot – Part 2 1 December 2021 @ 6pm UK time There wasn’t enough time to fit everything we needed to talk about in one webinar, so join us for the second part of a special webinar featuring a meeting of two great minds, Lynne Boddy MBE and Ted Green MBE. These perennially popular speakers will delve into an interactive discussion on tree decay, including the chance for you to get involved via the live Q&A session. REGISTER HERE: https://lnkd.in/dcMeaUwY
  13. Ted Green and Lynne Boddy talk a load of rot – Part 2 1 December 2021 @ 6pm UK time There wasn’t enough time to fit everything we needed to talk about in one webinar, so join us for the second part of a special webinar featuring a meeting of two great minds, Lynne Boddy MBE and Ted Green MBE. These perennially popular speakers will delve into an interactive discussion on tree decay, including the chance for you to get involved via the live Q&A session. REGISTER HERE: https://lnkd.in/dcMeaUwY
  14. Unfortunately, that is how much it costs for us to ship. We don't make a profit on postage, we just charge what it costs us. Kind regards.

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