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Association Happenings: October 2021

UAA Regional Meeting: Liverpool, New York – October 13-14, 2021 Register now through October 13 – walk-ins are welcome at the event – for the UAA New York Regional Meeting. Celebrate the achievements of high performers in our industry. Experience continued learning in...

Remembering a legend: Will Nutter

Will Nutter was a past-president of the UAA and a dear friend and colleague to many in the utility arborist industry. He died September 16, 2021 from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. The following is an excerpt from an article that will appear in the...

The Utility of Trees

By Joe Anderson, Utility Forester, JEA *Editorial Note: The following article appeared in the the September/October 2021 issue of the UAA Newsline. Utility: the state of being useful, profitable, or beneficial. By definition, trees are a valued utility built into the...

Why you should attend a Safety Summit

The backdrop at the Gabis Arboretum was ideal for the two-day UAA Safety Summit July 20 and 21 in Valparaiso, Indiana. “This event was unique from others in the past because this was the first time we hosted it outdoors at an arboretum,” says T.K. Christie, Director...

Association Happenings: September, 2021

UAA Announces New Board Members UAA is pleased to report that we have new BOD members for 2021-2022. Officers and new board members announced at the Annual Meeting are: Geoff Kempter, President; Paul Hurysz, Past President; Tim Walsh, President – Elect; and Brandon...

Getting to know Dennis Fallon (Part II)

Dennis Fallon is more than a month into the job as UAA executive director, where he plans to lead with his passion for awareness, safety and professional development in utility arboriculture. In Part II of our conversation, hear more about how he views the association...

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