The Connecticut Tree Protective Association encourages all individuals who are interested in advancing the care of trees in Connecticut to join as members.
While membership is largely drawn from the ranks of the tree care professionals practicing in the state, it is by no means restricted to this group.
Why You Should Join
The Association is established for the following purposes:
- to promote the protection and care of trees in Connecticut by encouraging the practice of proper and efficient methods by arborists;
- to advocate beneficial legislation and adequate funding for tree planting and care, by the state and by the cities, towns and boroughs of Connecticut;
- to bring about closer cooperation among all parties interested in the protection of trees;
- to sponsor meetings devoted to the presentation and exchange of scientific data and general information helpful to tree preservation practices;
- to foster research in the field of arboriculture;
- to encourage a greater interest in the planting of trees; and
- to promote good fellowship and ethical practices in the arboricultural profession.
Benefits of Membership
When you join, you can count on the following:
- the opportunity for personal contact with your fellow tree care professionals,
- regular updates and support on matters such as license enforcement, legislative activities and industry standards,
- receipt of the quarterly newsletter, The Connecticut Arborist, keeping you updated on arboricultural activities in the state,
- an invitation to attend both the summer and winter meetings at a discounted rate. These meetings attract several hundred of your peers and a wide range of vendors to gatherings that are both convivial and educational,
- membership in an Association that has proven its worth time and again for over 90 years.
- Membership Book
Cost of Membership
- Regular Members: $65
- Regular Members 65 years or older: $35
- Students currently enrolled in Arboriculture 101: $35
- Allied Members: $175
About Regular Members
Regular members are individuals or representatives of firms engaged in arboriculture, urban forestry, landscape forestry or landscape gardening; individuals engaged in research, arboricultural education or related educational activities; tree wardens; or others engaged in non-commercial activities relating to the planting or protection of trees.
Regular members in good standing are voting members.
Special membership rates are offered to two groups of regular members. Dues for regular members who are 65 years of age or older are $25 per year. Initial dues for students currently enrolled in CTPA’s Arboriculture 101 course are also $25 per year.
About Allied Members
Allied members are producers or suppliers of equipment and materials for the tree care profession.
Among the benefits of Allied Membership are:
- Advertising space in the annual Membership Directory, sent to all members.
- Discounts on exhibit space at CTPA meetings and trade shows.
- Subscription to the newsletter and all other CTPA mailings