Seedlings offered for sale include both evergreen and deciduous trees and occasionally, large shrubs. Species and prices vary from year to year based on nursery availability. Minimum order is 100 seedlings. Seedling proceeds support annual scholarships for college arboriculture students. Download the fillable order form or read more information.
Just a few more days before the 104th conference….
Registration is available online.
You can also register using the conference brochure – just download, print, and use that old standby, the pen.
Or you can use the fillable registration form – just download the form, fill it on your computer, save it to your computer, and then submit however you like.
We do recommend using the online link for secure credit card payments.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2017 Tree Warden of the Year. If you know an “unsung hero” who should be recognized, we encourage you to use the nomination form on the second page of the current brochure. You can read more information and criteria for nomination here.
For the past three summers, UMass and Stockbridge have offered a “pre-college” course in Arboriculture & Urban Forestry for high school students. The course will run for one week (35 hours of training—in the classroom and in the field) in July 2017. Students learn the importance of safety, basic tree biology and soil science, how to identify trees, how to manage insect and disease pests, how to prune and fertilize, and of course, some basic tree climbing skills. Typically, mornings are spent inside, in a classroom, and then the afternoons outside climbing and learning how to identify trees. In addition to the course itself, UMass provides a typical college experience for students, who live in dorms (unless they choose to commute from home), eat at the dining commons, and participate in supervised social activities with classmates. Learn more at http://www.umass.edu/summer/precollege.html.