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Tree Aid
For communities in Africa, trees mean life. TREE AID is the UK’s only forestry-based development agency, doing something simple so that communities in Africa can do something amazing. By helping villagers in some of the poorest countries in the world plant new trees, protect existing trees and manage tree resources well, TREE AID enables people to grow themselves better futures.

Queensland Arboricultural Association

National Tree Safety Group

Ancient Tree Forum
Advocacy for greater protection and best conservation practice, specialist research and increasing people’s enjoyment of ancient trees.

Ancient Tree Hunt
The search for ancient trees is on.

Arboricultural Association
To advance the science of arboriculture for the public benefit

The Forestry Commission
The Forestry Commission of Great Britain is the government department responsible for the protection and expansion of Britain’s forests and woodlands
A wide selection of specialist books and be kept informed about new and forthcoming publications.

Small Woods Association
The Small Woods Association is Britain’s leading organisation in supporting and promoting the work done by the owners and carers of small woodlands.

Friends of the Earth

International Society of Arboriculture
The International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) has served the tree care industry for over eighty years as a scientific and educational organization.

The Tree Register
A resource and meeting place for tree lovers and green activists: Woodland and forest knowledge, forest ecology, guide to British trees, tree-medicine, traditions, cultivation and crafts, eco-spirituality, Tree Community Message Boards, news and campaigns for conservation and sustainability.
Established in 1938 as the National Arborist Association, today’s TCIA is a trade association of more than 2,000 commercial tree care firms and affiliated companies.

Sudden Oak Life
Sudden Oak Life is a movement aimed at improving the health of trees in California and elsewhere through practice, education, and research.

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