ATP is a participating member of arboriculture organization here in Hong Kong as well as in the United States, in addition to being members of the worldwide organization International Society of Arboriculture.
Our involvement in these industry organizations provides us access to multiple platforms through which we can share our experiences and learn from those of other chapter members. This not only benefits us and our clients, it also enables the arboriculture industry as a whole to better achieve our common goals.
ATP is a proud member of the following organizations:
International Society of Arboriculture (ISA)
The International Society of Arboriculture was founded in 1924 and has served the tree care industry for over 70 years as a scientific and educational non-profit organisation. ISA supports tree care around the world and is dedicated to the care and preservation of shade and ornamental trees.
This organisation continues to be a dynamic medium through which arborists around the world share their experiences and knowledge for the benefit of society. Aligned on many fronts with other green organisations, ISA is working hard to foster a better understanding of trees and tree care through research and the education of professionals as well as global efforts to inform tree care consumers.
ISA Hong Kong Chapter (China)
The ISA Hong Kong Chapter’s mission is to “through research, technology, maintenance of standards and education promote the professional practice of arboriculture and foster a greater public awareness of the benefits of trees throughout Hong Kong.”
Western Chapter of the ISA (United States)
The Western Chapter ISA is a member driven organization dedicated to fostering a greater appreciation for trees by promoting research and education to advance the professional practice of arboriculture.
Illinois Arborist Association (United States)
The Illinois Arborist Association is a non-profit organisation that educates its members in proper tree care. The association also supports tree research. Its mission is to “Foster interest, establish standards, exchange professional ideas and pursue scientific research in arboriculture.”