The NJAISA is dedicated to:
The New Jersey Chapter of the International Society of Arboriculture (NJISA) was founded in 1974. In 2001, the merger of the Arborists Association of NJ (AANJ) and the NJISA created a more unified industry leader in the field of arboriculture, the New Jersey Arborists, Chapter of the ISA (NJAISA). There are currently over six hundred members in the chapter including commercial, consulting, municipal, and utility arborists, researchers and educators, horticulturists, and individuals interested in the proper and professional care of trees and landscapes.
The NJAISA annually hosts the NJ State Tree Climbing Competition, with the overall winner representing NJ at the International Tree Climbing Competition at the ISA Annual Conference. NJAISA also sponsors annual Arbor Day celebrations, a Golf Outing for the benefit of the TREE Fund, Awards Dinner for member and supporter recognition, and an annual Work Day of service. Quarterly membership meetings are held throughout the state to meet our mission of professional advancement to our membership and promotional opportunities to our corporate and business partners.
The NJAISA is dedicated to:
Professional Growth and Development
to promote the professional image of arboriculture
to position the ISA Certification Program to better provide for the professional growth and development of New Jersey’s arborists
to define a career path in arboriculture as an integral part of an expansion in member, arborist, and student recruiting
to increase the research endowment, grants, and other funding for research.
to partner with affiliated organizations, educational institutions, and other organizations that impact arboriculture
to promote and expand public awareness, the distribution of educational materials, and the occurrence of socialization activities such as conferences, conventions, and congresses
tailor efforts to target specific groups such as various professional specialists, students, and non-English speaking constituents.
to work for strong, supportive, and mutually beneficial relationships between the NJAISA office and all of our constituent groups and industry partners
NJAISA members will:
Strive for continuous self-development by increasing their qualifications and technical proficiency by staying abreast of technological and scientific developments affecting the profession
Not misuse or omit material facts in promoting technical information, products or services if the effect would be to mislead or misrepresent
Hold paramount the safety and health of all people and endeavor to protect property and the environment in the performance of professional responsibilities
Subscribe to fair and honest business practices in dealing with clients, suppliers, employees and other professionals
Support the improvement of professional services and products through encouraging research and development
Observe the standards and promote adherence to the ethics embodied in this Code.
Learn how to care for mature trees and the changes that occur as trees age.
Assigning a fair monetary value to individual trees is an important skill for municipal and consulting arborists as well as anyone who is responsible for managing a property, park, or arboretum.
This class is being offered at a discounted price just for NJ ISA! The fee will be $65.00 including lunch.