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2018 NZ Arb Annual Conference, in association with Asplundh
Updated: 1 May 2018

The 2018 NZ Arb Conference in association with Asplundh will return to the South Island in early November.
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Husqvarna Professional Product Launch - Member Exclusive
Updated: 1 May 2018

Click on link below to view and download the invitation and register.

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Myrtle Rust Resources
Updated: 22 January 2018

An increasing number of myrtle rust cases are being reported in Auckland and around the North Island, which have the potential to have significant impacts on our amenity trees, the way we work, and what our landscape may look like in decades to come.
MPI have shared a selection of flyers with NZ Arb which they hope members will be able to distribute through our collectives networks, helping to track and manage the spread of the disease. 
 
In particular, they would like to encourage the download and use of the App that has been designed for this to help track the progress of the disease.

Click on links below to view and download flyers.

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Ron Flook Award - Call for Nominations

Written by NZ Arb on March 31st, 2015.      0 comments

The NZ Arboricultural Assoc. (NZ Arb) is calling for nominations for the 2015 Ronald Flook Award.

This NZ Arb Award was established in 1993. The Award is to elevate and recognise high standards of practice in Arboriculture, including tree raising, tree health and management, and amenity tree protection or design. The recipient will have demonstrated exceptional management of trees, whether functional or aesthetic in any stage of development.

The NZ Arb have named this award after well-known, Nelson-based Landscape Architect Ron Flook for his tireless 
contribution to Arboriculture in New Zealand through the Notable Trees Scheme and the development of the Standard Tree Evaluation Method (STEM). The award also recognises the standard of his professional work and the way he used trees as significant features in his landscape designs.

2015 is the 21st year that the NZ Arb Ronald Flook Award is to be presented. The successful nominee receives the gift of a bone carving and loan of the trophy for one year, together with a cheque for $500.

Nominations are to be received before 30th August 2015 and should be sent to:

The Administration Officer (Ron Flook Award)
NZ Arboricultural Association
PO Box 5596, Wellesley Street, Auckland 1141
 

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Ron Flook Award - Call for Nominations

Written by NZ Arb on March 31st, 2015.      0 comments

The NZ Arboricultural Assoc. (NZ Arb) is calling for nominations for the 2015 Ronald Flook Award.

This NZ Arb Award was established in 1993. The Award is to elevate and recognise high standards of practice in Arboriculture, including tree raising, tree health and management, and amenity tree protection or design. The recipient will have demonstrated exceptional management of trees, whether functional or aesthetic in any stage of development.

The NZ Arb have named this award after well-known, Nelson-based Landscape Architect Ron Flook for his tireless 
contribution to Arboriculture in New Zealand through the Notable Trees Scheme and the development of the Standard Tree Evaluation Method (STEM). The award also recognises the standard of his professional work and the way he used trees as significant features in his landscape designs.

2015 is the 21st year that the NZ Arb Ronald Flook Award is to be presented. The successful nominee receives the gift of a bone carving and loan of the trophy for one year, together with a cheque for $500.

Nominations are to be received before 30th August 2015 and should be sent to:

The Administration Officer (Ron Flook Award)
NZ Arboricultural Association
PO Box 5596, Wellesley Street, Auckland 1141
 

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