Mission Statement The Georgia Arborist Association, GAA, has been established as an organization to bring together tree care professionals and enthusiasts for the betterment and protection of Georgia's trees. The GAA promotes fellowship, education, training and networking among Georgia arborists while acting as an advocate for issues facing our trees and the arboriculture industry. Safe and proper tree care practices are the cornerstone of the GAA and its activities.
Dedicated to increasing the availability of professional arborists and professional tree care services for the citizens of Georgia. When you become a member of GAA and strive for certification you gain a competitive edge. It becomes a selling point to clients who are looking for industry representatives who are up-to-date on the latest equipment, the latest tree care techniques and the current pest problems attacking these valuable resources.
We meet every two months (second Tuesday, evening)
Funds for this project were provided by the Urban and Community Forestry Grant Program administered
by the Georgia Forestry Commission.
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