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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 discussions, hands-on workshops, and networking opportunities set against the backdrop of the city’s rich cultural history.

This year’s conference is poised to deliver an unforgettable experience for attendees who are passionate about the intersection of trees and utilities. From cutting-edge technological innovations to sustainable urban forestry practices, you will explore diverse topics crucial to the industry’s advancement.

Lock in Your Spot at the Lowest Registration Rate

Seize the opportunity to secure your spot at Trees & Utilities with the lowest registration rate of the year – $375 per person. But act quickly. Rates will increase after May 28, 2024. Don’t miss out on this chance to be part of a gathering that shapes the future of the trees and utilities landscape.

Ready to reserve your spot? Register now.


Attention Sponsors and Exhibitors

The Trees & Utilities Sponsorship and Exhibiting Portal is officially open and spaces are filling up rapidly. Don’t miss the chance to showcase your brand and engage with industry leaders and professionals at this premier event.

By registering as a sponsor or exhibitor, you’ll gain:

Ensure your presence at the conference and sign up for the auction when you register. Join us in shaping the future of trees and utilities while making a meaningful impact on the industry and the environment.

Sign up for your sponsorship or exhibitor spot today.


Explore the New UAA Newsline Archive

Past issues of the UAA Newsline are now available on the website.

Visit the “Public Resources Tab” under “Industry Information” to access current and past issues of the magazine. For the initial launch of the archive, 21 issues through March/April of 2022 were released – about three-and-a-half years of content – as a starting point.

“Feel free to give it a try, and also encourage others in your network to explore this area,” says UAA Executive Director Dennis Fallon. “We have a plug-in available on the UAA website that enables searches to delve into the content of PDFs on our site. This means that keyword searches should be able find articles in the publicly accessible archives. If you encounter any unexpected issues or have feedback, please don’t hesitate to let us know.”

While members have full access to current and all archived issues, past articles are limited for the general public. Stay tuned for updates as we post additional content in the coming months.