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The Utility Vegetation Management industry is vital to the safe and efficient delivery of basic utilities, and enables our modern way of life. If you are looking for information on our industry, or want to advance your career in UVM, you’ve come to the right place!

The UAA is a member-driven organization providing resources in industry news & information, networking, education, certification, events, and continuing education credits. See why over 5,000 industry professionals have chosen UAA:











College-level training for middle managers and leaders in utility vegetation management and an industry-recognized professional credential.


The 14th International Rights-of-Way Symposium will be held in the Spring of 2026 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Save the date and we’ll see you there!


Save the Date for Trees and Utilities Sept. 10-12, 2024 in Fort Worth, TX! This annual conference is the chief learning and engagement event for utility vegetation managers and associated urban forestry professionals. 


The UAA is dedicated to achieving a culture of safety in the Utility Vegetation Management Industry. Check out these helpful informational and video resources.


Educational webinars are offered throughout the year to UAA members which allows for additional CEU’s. Please note the CEU’s are given only at the time of the webinar, similar to attending a conference.


This program provides various financial opportunities in support of college students through scholarships to foster a greater appreciation of the utility arboriculture industry.




Association Happenings: July 2024

UAA Board Elections: Cast Your Vote Starting Next Week Please be on the lookout for an important email arriving in your inbox on Monday, July 15. This email includes a link for you to cast a ballot for key positions on the UAA Executive Board: Vice President Board of...

Insights and Reflections from UAA’s Executive Leader

We recently caught up with Dennis Fallon, now entering his third year as Executive Director. From building camaraderie with other arboricultural associations to implementing the strategic plan, Dennis shares his thoughts on the association’s greatest accomplishments,...

Association Happenings: June 2024

And The Nominees Are… Thanks to UAA members for sending in nominations in support of our Award Recognition Program and the Board of Directors. The award winners will be announced Wednesday, September 11, at the annual Trees & Utilities Conference in Fort Worth,...

The UAA Board Drives Sustainable Operations and Future Growth

UAA Members spent the month of May nominating candidates for the Board of Directors election in July. The Board is responsible for sustainable operations of the UAA, including finances, day-to-day operations and the future direction of the association. UAA Executive...

Women Transforming Safety in the Utility Industry  

Women in Safety: Thinking Differently, Acting Diversely, Leading Decisively By Alaina Zieglar, Director of Safety and Human Performance, Lewis Services Imagine this: Steve Harvey—America’s gregarious gameshow host, comedian, and author—has been asked to serve as a...

UAA Invites Nominations for Board Positions and Annual Awards

The UAA is actively seeking qualified nominees to fill positions on the Board of Directors. Our Board plays a pivotal role to ensure the sustainable operation of the organization, overseeing finances, day-to-day operations, and guiding the UAA’s future direction....

Hosting 2024 UAA Events in New Places

The UAA Events Committee has launched an ambitious agenda of regional meetings across six different locations in 2024. This year, we expanded our reach with three new cities so that all members have the opportunity to participate. As of this writing, details for...

Association Happenings: May 2024

Registration is Open for the 2024 Trees & Utilities Conference Gear up for an enlightening experience at the 2024 Trees & Utilities Conference, September 10-12, in Fort Worth, Texas. This annual event promises an unparalleled convention of insightful...

How Does a Nelsen Money Scholarship Help Students?

As we approach the final push for scholarship nominations before April 15, 2024, here is a look at two winners from 2023 and how this financial support helps further their education and careers. When you first meet Riley Pierce, his passion for the utility vegetation...

Safety Summits Prove Critical to Field Workers

When Curtis Korabek, Safety Director for TREES, LLC., returned to his job after attending the Florida Safety Summit, March 5 and 6, something exciting happened as he encountered crews in the field. “Employees who were at the summit in Florida were sharing what they...

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