Skip to main content

Our mission is to sustain Georgia's green legacy by partnering with individuals, organizations, and communities in raising awareness toward improving and maintaining Georgia's community forests.  Learn more and get involved.

News & Notes

Seeking ISA arborist certification?
We can help you with that April 28-29 at the Cobb Civic Center

How do trees add to a community's character and sense of place?
At Georgia Tree Council's second quarterly program on May 6 in College park, we'll talk about letting trees work hard and speak volumes for your city, giving it a sense of place.

Click on the green icon to the right to learn more and register for these programs.

Are you wanting to become an ISA-certified arborist? We can help.

Reach a fascinating article about the intelligence of trees and the work of forest ecologist Suzanne Simard.

July 22-23, 2020
Charlotte, N.C.
Brought to you by the Southern Urban Wood Network

Connect and collaborate with fellow urban wood enthusiasts from across the southern
United States. Topics will include untapped market ideas, wood generation tracking,
business model examples and much more!

Who Should Attend?
Arborists, Urban Foresters, Tree Care Companies, Carpenters, State & Federal Forestry Agencies, Non-profits, Municipalities, Planners...

- Anyone interested in urban wood!

Read about the new research on the amazing immune system of the gingko tree.

Scoop.it