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Arbor Day 2020

Last year’s Arbor Day event at Boys Scout Camp in Baiting Hollow was a fantastic success. The teamwork and camaraderie exhibited that day is commendable. Everything they requested was completed and they were very pleased with the work that was performed and grateful for our contribution. Great Job by everyone!

For our 2020 Arbor Day event, the LIAA will be at Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park in Oyster Bay on March 28th, 2020.  Our focus will be on safety pruning, structural pruning and hand pruning, as well as some tree removals.

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Oak Wilt Found On Long Island
DEC issued a press release on Oak Wilt that has been detected on Long Island and is encouraging residents to report any sudden loss of Oak leaves during the month of August

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Southern Pine Beetle Found on Long Island
Southern pine beetle, or SPB, is a bark beetle that infests pine trees. In southern states, loblolly, shortleaf and Virginia pines are attacked, but all pines are potential hosts, including pitch pine, found in several areas in New York State.

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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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