Accredited Community Forester™

An Accredited Community Forest™ has achieved a significant milestone for itself, and an arborist is needed that shares the vision and is qualified to implement the strategies set forth for its success.

Qualifications:

Education and Experience

  • University degree or certificate in the fields of:
    • Forestry
    • Arboriculture
    • Horticulture
    • Environmental Science
    • Botany
    • Plant & Soil Science
    • Agriculture

AND

  • Two years of experience managing tree populations and direct responsibility for:
    • Strategizing Pruning intervals
    • Replacement of non-viable species
    • Protection of native species
    • Tree Health Care & Integrated Pest Management

Alternative educational options

  • A professional license or designation that verifies the individual has a technical understanding of tree biology or directly related environmental systems

AND

  • Two years of experience managing tree populations and direct responsibility for:
    • Strategizing Pruning intervals
    • Replacement of non-viable species
    • Protection of native species
    • Tree Health Care & Integrated Pest Management

or

  • Ten years of experience in the field of forest research, forest management, tree care, or other closely related fields, and direct responsibility for:
    • Strategizing Pruning intervals
    • Replacement of non-viable species
    • Protection of native species
    • Tree Health Care & Integrated Pest Management

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