Nominate someone for an Award of Distinction, ISA’s highest honors, by Friday, 3 February. Learn more about the award categories and access a nomination form online today.
If you know someone who demonstrates the qualities of a True Professional, nominate them as an ISA True Professional of Arboriculture. Nominations are due by 3 February, 2017. Learn more and access the nomination form online today.
Get information on pruning systems, fruit tree pests and diseases, Climbers’ Corners, Abiotic and Biotic Stress Complexes, and Getting Work Done in the Urban Forest.
ISA is continuing their series of scientific literature reviews, with the goal of identifying the frontiers of arboriculture and disseminating this knowledge to the profession worldwide. Therefore, ISA is now accepting proposals for literature reviews on the topics of tree benefits and public awareness, plant health care, urban and community forestry, and mature tree care …
Check out this new online course available now in the ISA Online Learning Center.
Arboriculture & Urban Forestry, ISA’s scientific journal, has an open call for abstracts (through 06 January 2017), inviting researchers to submit to a special issue focusing on civic science in urban forestry, stewardship of urban greenspaces, and participatory research and civic ecology.
Featuring contributing authors that will be presenting at the ISA Annual International Conference in Fort Worth. Also find out how to submit an abstract for the 2017 Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.
The September issue is now available on line.
The Council of Tree and Landscape Appraisers (CTLA) has issued an overview regarding the 10th Guide currently in the review process.
From 16 May through 30 June 2016, ISA members will have the opportunity to vote by electronic ballot in an election to fill expiring positions on the ISA Board of Directors and the Nominating and Elections Committee. Watch for your electronic ballot.