Who's Attending

  • Frances Reidy
  • Jeffrey Bracy
  • Adam Adler
  • Arne Abramowitz
  • David Jenkins
  • Holly Bunin
  • Mike Edlund
  • Joel Rivera
  • william SNYDER
  • Bart Fusco
  • Gary Stankiewicz
  • Patrick Maisch
  • Peter Golon
  • Carsten Glaeser
  • Don Venezia
  • Patrick Finnegan
  • Scott Cullen
  • Chris Kempton
  • Peter Klaymeier
  • J. Carlos Vargas
  • Jackson Dodds
  • Thor Ginsberg
  • Jorge Marques
  • Edgar Mejia
  • Richie Rivera
  • Don Schaefer
  • Paul Okula
  • Peter Quatrale
  • Dai Dayton
  • Laura Blanco
  • Stephen DAmato
  • wayne stapleton
  • Vincent Drzewucki
  • Albert J Brecht
  • Stephen Raimondo
  • Alfred Gorski
  • Loralee Reusch
  • Heather Aiduck
  • Brendan Dodd
  • Tom Roach
  • Thomas Byrne
  • Daniel Gennaro
  • Frank Saladino
  • Joseph Jr. Saladino
  • Tom Darragh
  • Nelson Sterner
  • Kevin Wiecks
  • Robert Palmer
  • Margaret Palmer
  • Thomas Volk
  • Michael Didyk
  • louis raico
  • Ann Lorenzo
  • Gary Carbocci
  • Natalie Raso
  • Rich Cartier
  • Thomas Russo
  • daniel dowd
  • John Harder
  • Diana Grabon
  • Joseph Bonkowski
  • Gerald Laing
  • Donald Mahoney
  • John Alberts
  • Christine ONeill
  • David Golon
  • Vincent Dujets
  • Arthur Pirozzi Jr
  • Celeste Richards
  • Adriana Jacykewycz
  • Joe Stainkamp

2019 LIAA Tree Symposium

7:00 - 4:15 PM

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Exhibitor Information

  • One complimentary registration per booth
  • Registration and setup begins at 7 AM
  • One 6ft Table and chair included
  • No electric available
  • If you have questions please contact us.

Credit Information

ISA and CNLP CEUs requested for all sessions. NY DEC credits applied for where appropriate.

About Hofstra Arboretum

The Hofstra University Arboretum is an arboretum located across the Hofstra University campus. Hofstra's campus is a member of the American Public Gardens Association, and is one of 430 arboreta in the United States. The Hofstra campus contains more than 12,000 evergreen and deciduous trees, representing 625 species and varieties of woody plants. The arboretum includes both native and exotic trees. A bird sanctuary has also been developed on two acres of land, serving as an educational prototype for the state of New York

Sponsorship Opportunities

These sponsorships will be used to help offset the ever increasing costs of providing one of the largest one- day programs devoted to arboriculture in the North- east. As an association we have tried to maintain a reasonable cost to members and attendees while at the same time bringing you new and cutting-edge speakers and topics.

$1,000 Diamond Sponsors
$750 Platinum Sponsorship
$500 Gold Sponsorship
$250 Silver Sponsorship
$100 Bronze Sponsorship

All Sponsors will be verbally recognized on-site along with having their company logo displayed on on-site signage

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 LIAA Scholarship Application 2019LIAA Scholarship Application 2019

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About Us

The Long Island Arboricultural Association (LIAA) is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to education for the appreciation and care of shade trees and shrubs on Long Island.

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Sponsorship Opportunities

LIAA invites all members and supporters to participate in our Sponsorship program. These sponsorships help offset the increasing costs of providing one of the largest one-day program devoted to arboriculture in the Northeast, the Long Island Arboricultural Association's Annual Tree Symposium.

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