NEW HAMPSHIRE ARBORISTS ASSOCIATION ANNUAL FALL WORK DAY
Perhaps the most lively and fun activity of the New Hampshire Arborists Association is the Annual Fall Work Day. Each year a site is chosen for a day of volunteer professional tree work. A location is a place in New Hampshire whose budget usually does not include professional tree care. Previous sites have included the Urban Forestry Center [the very first Annual Work Day site in 1978], the Laconia State School, Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center, Crossroads House, The Fells Estate, Cathedral of the Pines, The Frost Farm [Derry], YMCA and scout camps, and the New Hampshire State House, to name a few.
Here is a look at some photos from past Fall Work Days
Governor John Lynch together with members of the New Hampshire Arborists Association celebrated Earth Day on April 22, 2008, by planting a tree with Concord area children at the Bridges House, the Governor’s official residence. Governor Lynch was joined by children from the Concord Boys & Girls Club and the Eastside Learning Center. The native tree, a red maple, was a gift to the State of New Hampshire donated by the New Hampshire Arborists Association.
New Hampshire Arborists Association members celebrating a job well done at the New Hampshire Arborists Association Annual Work Day at the New Hampshire State House after donating more than $35,000 worth of professional tree care performed by member tree care firms.