Women in Arboriculture

Women in Arboriculture

The Women in Arboriculture Group aims to support and champion females in the tree care industry while collaborating to encourage a culture change and greater diversity. The group welcomes views, ideas and constructive comments from anyone in the industry.

Top climbing arborist Boel Hammarstrand talks about women in the industry.

Promoting Diversity

Diversity has a vital role to play in raising the profile of arboriculture. By sharing experiences, we hope to encourage more people to seek a career in arboriculture.

Sharing Knowledge

As there is no set path into the industry, the route you take is completely up to you. Qualifications and training ranges from apprenticeships to masters degrees, there’s an option for everyone. One thing is for certain, you will never stop learning!

Providing Support

Supporting and offering guidance to those with less experience is crucial, so we’ve developed a forum for you to ask questions and share knowledge.

Women in Arboricutulture Group chair, Arboricultural Association chair and Arboricultural consultant Michelle Ryan explains the aims of the project.

12 Faces of Arb

This Women in Arboriculture project looked at 12 inspirational women who’ve chosen to make their living in this sometimes tough but always exciting industry.

Becki Gawthorpe from Forest Research discusses the variety of rewarding roles in arboriculture.

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