OUR PARTNERSUAA is proud to work with the following groups. We encourage you to visit their websites to learn more!
UAA encourages the public to always “Call before you dig”!
Each state has its own 811 call center to help you get digging. Choose your state to find information about your area. An 811 representative will take information about your project and notify appropriate utility companies to mark buried lines so you can dig safely around them!
UAA encourages our members to attend the annual Partners in Community Forestry meeting that the Arbor Day Foundation hosts annually. Arbor Day Foundation also has the TreeLine USA program.
Together, we’re making our world cleaner and greener. In your yard and around the world, we’re planting trees where they’re needed most.
UAA is a professional affiliation of the International Society of Arboriculture.
ISA is a worldwide network of professional arborists actively engaged in the growth and development of themselves, their companies and employees, and the industry. Membership in ISA provides you with opportunities for personal and professional growth and connects you to other professionals with similar needs, career goals, and interest in improving the arboricultural profession.
The Right-of-Way Stewardship Council (ROWSC) is an accreditation program that establishes standards for responsible right-of-way vegetation management along corridors. The program promotes the application of Integrated Vegetation Management (IVM) and best management practices to utility vegetation managers in order to maintain power system reliability and address ecological concerns.
UAA encourage’s utility arborists and municipal arborists in their efforts to work together on a daily basis in the urban forest.
The Society of Municipal Arborists builds the confidence, competence and camaraderie of professionals who manage trees and forests to create and sustain more livable communities.
UAA is a proud member of the SUFC.
The SUFC is an assembly of national organizations working to advance a unified urban forest agenda for our nation’s communities.
The SUFC is composed of city planners, educators, landscape architects, non-profit leaders, scientists, arborists, foresters, nurserymen and women, and many other professionals who care for, monitor and advocate for trees and our urban forests as a whole.
The TCIA Utility Contractor Accreditation program is a business practices and compliance-audit process for commercial right-of-way (ROW) vegetation management/utility line clearance contractors.
Designed to help tree care companies improve themselves and become models of professionalism, the program also gives those companies that are already doing everything right a third-party credential to prove it.
The Tree Research and Education Endowment Fund (TREE Fund) provides research grants, scholarships and educational programs to advance knowledge in the field of arboriculture and urban forestry.
The Utility Vegetation Management Association (UVMA) is an organization serving and representing utility business needs, utility arborists, utility vegetation specialists and the public in the utility industry in Western Canada. The UAA and UVMA have a memorandum of understanding together. Together we are working to promote the Professional Utility Vegetation Management program which is designed to help professionals working in this industry enhance their management, leadership and planning skills.
The Wildlife Habitat Council promotes and certifies habitat conservation and management on corporate lands through partnerships and education.