TO ENCOURAGE, FOSTER, IMPROVE AND EDUCATE IN ALL ASPECTS OF ARBORICULTURE IN NEW ZEALAND.
The New Zealand Arboricultural Association (NZ Arb) was established in 1989 in response to increasing demand for a national body to represent professional and non-professional people involved in New Zealand tree care and the tree industry.
In 1996, NZ Arb joined the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA).
As a member you’ll have access to the some of the latest industry information and developments...
Including invitations to our annual conference, access to member only content and materials.
The use of an Approved Contractor ensures the best that arboriculture has to offer.
If you're undertaking tree work, you can be sure that you're dealing with qualified and experienced arborists who take pride with the quality of their workmanship.
Approved Contractors must meet quality assurance standards and a high level of professionalism required by the New Zealand Arboricultural Association - specifications in the Approved Contractor Scheme – Approval Guide
The option to become a NZ Arb Approved Contractor, including the ability to distinguish your business from the competition with authorised use of the NZ Arb Approved Contractor logo in your company’s yellow page advertisements, letterhead or other correspondence. It also includes having a direct link to your company on the NZ Arb web site as an Approved Contractor
Use of a special NZ Arb Member logo for your website or advertising
Access to the Members’ Section of the NZ Arb web site, with many resources not available to the public as well as access to tree care conferences, workshops and seminars, making you more valued as an employee or owner
Concession rates to the NZ Arb Annual Conference and other similar events, cut-rates on very important certification programmes and study materials and free delivery of four quarterly Tree Matters magazines each year
Who we are
NZ Arb is your voice of New Zealand arboriculture.
Our advocacy, how we work with Government departments, local Councils, industry and the wider arboricultural community to inform public debate, opinion, legislation and policy, enable us to respond quickly and with authority.