Grow the Community That Grows the Urban Forest

AAA connects people who care about Hawaii’s trees with the knowledge and resources to care for those trees. When you become a member of Aloha Arborist Association, you help us spread that knowledge, harness the volunteers to get the work done, and keep trees in our communities. Join now to become a 2018 Member and keep our community forests strong and healthy. Mahalo for your support, and Happy Holidays!

 

Welcome to Aloha Arborist Association

The Aloha Arborist Association (AAA) is an organization of tree care professionals and private citizens concerned for trees and their environment. We are a state-wide organization with members from the islands of Hawaii, Maui, Oahu and Kauai. Since 1976, AAA has strived to educate the tree care industry and the public about proper tree care.

Men’s 2014 Tree Climbing Champion , Justin Donahue, during the Masters Challenge. Photo by David Leonard.

Men’s 2014 Tree Climbing Champion , Justin Donahue, during the Masters Challenge. Photo by David Leonard.

2014 Women's Tree Climbing Champion, Jamilee Kempton, during the Masters Challenge. Photo by David Leonard.

2014 Women’s Tree Climbing Champion, Jamilee Kempton, during the Masters Challenge. Photo by David Leonard.

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HI Tree Jamboree Coming in February 2018

Maui Green and Beautiful and Aloha Arborist Association invite you to mark your calendar 2nd Annual Greg Severino HAWAII TREE JAMBOREE Climbing and other events • Fun for the Whole Family Saturday Feb. 03, 2018 Location to be announced ———  * Volunteers Needed * Contact Andrew Kendall (808) 674-7608, andrew@klshawaii.com

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Pest of the Month – November 2017

CANKERS Excerpted in part from Hawai‘i Landscape Plant Pest Guide: Plant Diseases, by Dr. Scot Nelson, University of Hawaii College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (UH-CTAHR) PD-105, January 2015, available at: https://www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/oc/freepubs/pdf/PD-105.pdf Photos: Dr. Scot Nelson Description: Cankers are sunken areas of dead tissue or splits in the bark or epidermis of branches, stems, …

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