Upcoming Industry Events

May 13

9:00 - 12:00AM

Electrical Hazard Awareness Training

Join NYS ReLeaf’s Finger Lakes Region committee for a virtual electrical hazard awareness training with Dr. John Ball. This virtual training program will be interactive and cover a range of safety-related topics essential for arborists working near energized overhead power lines. This workshop will provide a certificate of attendance tin partial fulfillment of the OSHA and Z133 training requirements for arborists working 10 feet or closer to energized conductors.

Registration is free thanks to the Finger Lakes Region ReLeaf committee. If you are a supervisor with staff attending the training who will need certificates but plan to do a group-viewing of the webinar you must contact us in advance to coordinate certifying attendance.

Registration is free but required, register on Webex at: https://meetny.webex.com/meetny/onstage/g.php?MTID=eea44940459071aa1abe74be50ab0b437


May 14

9:00 - 12:00AM

Moving Forward: Resiliency Through COVID

Join NYS ReLeaf’s NYC Committee for presentations and break out room discussions on urban forestry in NYC through the last year, and how we can apply lessons learned to moving forward. This workshop will include 2 break out room sessions in which attendees will be grouped with 10-15 other attendees and a facilitator to discuss between presentations. Speakers include Susan M. Donoghue (President, Prospect Park Alliance and Prospect Park Administrator), Adrian Benepe (President, Brooklyn Botanic Garden), and Sam Bishop (Director of Urban Forestry and Education, Arborist, Trees New York).

Registration is free but required, register on Zoom (thanks to NYC Parks for hosting this webinar):https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwkdeCurzIsHdTCnrvLHnXieXUiSILtLkcT

*Please note we will cap this event at approximately 100 attendees, but zoom will allow for more registration than that. Please register early and plan to log on a few minutes early to secure your spot.


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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