Pruning Workshop at UNH June 17th 2024

NHAA is co-hosting our first workshop with UNH on pruning next month.
Registrations are being run through the UNH portal.
Use this link below to register:
June 17, 2024 | 8:00am – 12:00pm
UNH Durham Campus
Durham, NH 03824
United States
(rain date June 18)
ISA CEU’s and Pesticide credits pending approval.
Led by NH certified arborist and board-certified master arborist Lee Gilman, this hands-on training will guide participants through:
♦how to grade the structure and form of trees and shrubs
♦how to prioritize the most beneficial and efficient pruning opportunities
♦how to make proper pruning cuts with consideration of the short and long-term effects on plant health

To Read Full Details and Register CLICK HERE>>>


UNH Extension Seeks Field Specialist

     This position is based at the Hillsborough County Cooperative Extension office in Goffstown, N.H., and leads UNH Extension’s educational, technical and volunteer programming in urban forestry and ecology. New Hampshire is becoming more urbanized, with urban areas projected to increase to over 10% of the state by 2060. Urban and community trees and forests provide a variety of ecological, social and economic values including reduced stormwater runoff, air pollution mitigation, noise reduction, improved air quality, heat island mitigation, carbon sequestration and improved quality of life for communities. A recent Arbor Day Foundation study estimates that N.H.’s urban trees add an estimated $356 million to property values across the state. The Extension field specialist in urban forestry and ecology will engage community leaders and volunteers in training and projects related to tree planting, pruning, care and maintenance, community tree inventory and arboriculture, and enhancing ecosystem services provided by urban and community trees and forests.

Click Here to Read Full Details and Apply

2024 NHAA Dues

In an effort to streamline things for our members we now have a couple of easy online solutions for paying dues. We also have the option for you to pay for your Employee's Dues on the site as well.
To keep track of who is who you will need to provide 2 important things when paying.
1.) The email address associated with your NHAA Membership
2.) Your Membership ID#

Please have everyone paid by Jan 31, 2024

A Note about paying Multiple Employees Dues:
You will have to enter each person's info one at a time.
Enter the first person's info then click "Add to Cart"
Click "Continue Shopping" to go back to the form and
Fill out the next person's info & hit "Add to Cart"
Repeat for as many people as you need.
Then when you have added everyone you are paying for
Proceed to Checkout and pay for all.

Pay by Check?
For those who want to mail in their dues and pay by check:
Click on the link below for a Member Renewal form.
Print it out, fill it out, and mail it in, with your payment.

Free Emerald Ash Borer Workshops – in Dover (July 15) and Wolfeboro (July 20)


Cooperative Extension and the NH Division of Forests and Lands are offering a free workshop in Dover (July 15) and Wolfeboro (July 20) – Emerald Ash Borer Insecticide Treatments for Professionals.  There are 2 pesticide credits available.  I thought this workshop might be a good fit for many of our members.  See links below:

Greg Jordan, County Forester

Chair, NH Tree Farm Committee

V: 603.679.5616 | F: 603.679.8070

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