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Here at we're working to gather together a resource for all those interested in the care of trees. We have two of the internet's longest running tree care forums here, with 50,000 searchable pages between them. We've links to many of the best tree care sites on the 'net and we're working to put together a series of articles for you.

So check out what we've got to offer...

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Tree care advice

We've advice on many aspects of looking after your trees, with more being added regularly. If you've got a tree care problem, this is the place to start.

Find an arborist

With advice on how to tell a competent tree surgeon from a cowboy, and the ability to search for accredited tree care companies near to you this is the place to start if you need to employ an arborist.

Ask an arborist

Ask an arborist is a public web forum where you can post your questions about caring for trees and a team of arborists will try to point you in the right direction. Ask an arborist has been around since 2000 and has a huge archive of questions and answers that you can search through

The UK Tree Care mailing list

The UK Tree Care mailing list, or UKTC as it is fondly known, is an email based discussion group aimed at tree care professionals and focused on the UK. Running since 1999, the UKTC's fully searchable web based archive contains a vast wealth of knowledge.

Top tree sites

Links to some of the most popular tree care sites on the Internet, ranked according to how many visits they receive.

The search engine


Search through our vast archive of forum and mailing list discussions using our Google powered search engine.

Trees in the news

We've gathered together some of latest stories featuring trees to hit the news, so you can keep your eye on what's making it into the papers.

The soapbox

The case for a Tree Commission
Posted by John Flannigan
May 07 2007
Trees and climate change
Posted by Chris Hastie
May 02 2007
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