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Protecting and restoring forests for life.
APS is a nonprofit professional, scientific organization dedicated to the study and control of plant diseases.
The tree authorities. From delivering expert guidance on sustainable planting and care to providing expert testimony in tree disputes, Consulting Arborists are the authoritative voice on trees.
We inspire people to plant, nurture, and celebrate trees.
Through research, technology, and education, the International Society of Arboriculture promotes the professional practice of arboriculture and fosters a greater worldwide awareness of the benefits of trees.
The Ohio Nursery & Landscape Association leads, promotes, and facilitates the success and growth of green industry businesses.
The Society of American Foresters (SAF) is the national scientific and educational organization representing the forestry profession in the United States.
SCA is the premiere organization for individuals working in commercial and residential arboriculture throughout the world.
Leading the world in building the confidence, competence, and camaraderie of the family of professionals who create and sustain community forests.
The Tree Care Industry Association is a 73-year-old public and professional resource on trees and arboriculture representing approximately 2,100 tree service and affiliated member companies.
The Utility Arborist Association is the premier organization for individuals and companies who desire to provide professional utility arboricultural services. Members of the UAA and their employers have a commitment to the public to enhance the practice of arboriculture.
Browse Topics on Forestry Basics, Identify a Tree, A Career in Forestry ... and much more.
The Asian longhorned beetle (ALB) is a devastating pest that is destroying hardwood trees in the U.S. Since its discovery here in 1996, the beetle has caused tens of thousands of trees to be destroyed in Ohio, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Illinois. That includes our elm, maple, ash, willow, birch trees and more. Once a tree is infested, it can’t be saved and any other host tree in the nearby vicinity is at significant risk.
You probably like to play in your backyard, but did you know that your backyard can be a great place to learn about wildlife, plants, trees, conservation, and other science topics? Even if you live in the city with a very small backyard behind your home, you can still explore nature and wildlife to learn about the environment. Conservation is an important topic that everyone should understand because conservation helps make sure that people take care of Earth's natural resources, such as water, land, and wildlife.
It’s helpful to know what kind of trees stand in your yard, whether you want to teach your kids about natural wildlife or tell a landscaper or local tree removal pro what they’ll be working with. This guide will help you identify your trees by climate and classification.
An excellent resource to assist in identifying the various types of trees that exist. Thanks Lizzie from the W.B. Goodwin Community Center for the recommendation.
Ohio’s Big Tree Program is a voluntary endeavor to locate, measure, record, and appreciate the largest tree species in our state.
If you’re considering a career in the forestry profession, you may envision spending your workday in blue jeans and hiking boots, managing wild lands and protecting nature for future generations. The reality of forestry careers, however, is somewhat different. While there are many people whose main goal is to protect forests and other natural resources for the future, a career in forestry encompasses much more.
As a leader or manager of a homeowners association, you directly affect the quality and quantity of landscape trees, forest cover, and natural resources on your property. Yet, you may not have the knowledge and tools needed to maintain and enhance these green assets for the benefit and safety of residents, visitors and the community-at-large.
A guide to healthy trees.
American Forests’ National Register of Big Trees represents more than 660 species – with trees in 45 states and the District of Columbia.
Our Mission is to Promote and Apply Management for the Sustainable use and Protection of Ohio’s Private and Public Forest Lands
Tree care companies provide services such as pruning, removal, plant health care, cabling and bracing, transplanting, consulting, fertilization, and lightning protection. Tree care hazards are addressed in specific standards for recordkeeping and the general industry.
It’s easy to take trees for granted, but trees add essential elements that humans and animals need to live. Not only do humans get oxygen and food from trees, but trees also play an important role as providers of wood, shelter, shade, aesthetic beauty, and ecological contributions such as climate amelioration, water conservation, and soil preservation. Planting a tree can be a simple process but one that will have far-reaching benefits for society as a whole. Learn more from Home Advisor.
There are some very good things you can do to promote healthy, long-lived trees.
Here you will find information on height and spread, soil and sun requirements, leaves and fruit, history, wildlife habitat, and more.
Find out how to identify a tree and what types of trees exist. Using a tree's anatomy and physiology you can identify a tree by collecting leaves, cones, flowers, bark and fruit.
Find an arborist in your area, learn more about trees, and so much more!
This web site will lead you through qualities of leaves and fruits from the common trees of Ohio.
An excellent resource recommended by Colorado Tutors. Thanks Danielle!