The New Zealand Arboricultural Association
"To Encourage, Foster, Improve and Educate in all aspects of arboriculture throughout New Zealand."
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.
The vision of NZ Arb is to represent the arboriculture community and make it the primary organisation for tree care and to maintain relevancy to the Association’s members.
Registered Master Arborists NZ
The use of a Registered Master Arborist 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 in the quality of their workmanship.
Master Arborists must meet quality assurance standards and a high level of professionalism required by the New Zealand Arboricultural Association – specifications in the Registered Master Arborists application guide.
Become an Arborist in NZ
The New Zealand Tree Industry Needs You!
Job opportunities exist in a wide range of arboriculture including residential tree care, tree pruning, tree removal, the maintenance of trees near overhead wires, tree planting, transplanting, fertilising, pest/disease diagnosis and treatment, consultancy services, tree inspections, tree surveys and in local authority tree management.
Basic knowledge of proper tree care helps individual tree owners understand the quality of care necessary for the health of their trees. An overview of tree care essentials is provided in this section.