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

Earth Day 2008

Tree Planting at the Bridges House

      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.


Work Day 1998

New Hampshire State House,

Concord, New Hampshire, October 3, 1998

     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.