Save the Date - February 10th - 11th, 2022
Healthy Arborist, Healthy Trees, Thriving Communities
If you work with trees, volunteer with trees, or simply appreciate trees and want to learn more about them alongside fellow professionals, then you won’t want to miss Think Trees 2022!
Advance your understanding and training while obtaining continuing education units (CEUs) from the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA), New Mexico Department of Agriculture (NMDA), and the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). Society of American Foresters (SAF) Network with your peers and learn from leaders in the broad field of Arboriculture like Dr. John Ball, Dr. Kathleen Wolf, Dr. Matt Ritter, Dr. Gary Johnson, Ross Shrigley, Dr. Shaku Nair, and more.
Planning continues for our in-person Think Trees NM Conference in February 2022.
Safety is our top priority by adhering to all local and state guidelines.
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The Annual Conference will be held at:
1000 Woodward Pl. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Front Desk: 505.245.7100
Take advantage of the special Think Trees room rates! For government rates, please call the hotel directly.
Jeff Hart Departs
Jeff Hart, long time board member of Think Trees and the former City of Albuquerque Arborist, will be leaving Albuquerque thus stepping down from the board. A Tree-Cookie Plaque was presented to him at the August meeting by President Joran Viers
Tree Care Professional Explains the Status of a Tree
At the Think Trees Conference, tree care professionals learn tools on assessing tree to ensure proper care and maintenance in the field and landscape, as shown here as a tree care professional explains the status of a tree to the client.
Think Trees New Mexico Thanks Steve Skinner of Alameda Greenhouse
At a lunch for Alameda Greenhouse employes catered by our own George Duda, Steve Skinner was recognized for his contribution to our industry. Steve Skinner, owner of Alameda Greenhouse has been in operation in Albuquerque’s far North Valley for close to 30 years. His contribution to the horticulture industry is just as long. Think Trees…