Associated Arborists is a full service vegetation management company that provides services to utility, municipal and residential/commercial customers in the Western United States. Associated Arborists brings three generations of experience and formal education to the vegetation management industry. Our office is headquartered in Coeur d’Alene, ID and all administrative functions are processed through this office. We have a strong focus on safety, training, and providing our customers with superior quality of service. Our employees are continually trained and educated to remain on the cutting edge of industry practices.
Our reputation for quality of work is our most valuable asset, which is evident in our many letters of recommendation and reviews. We look forward to assisting you in your vegetation management project.
The International Society of Arboriculture
The International Society of Arboriculture is a worldwide professional organization dedicated to fostering a greater appreciation for trees and to promoting research, technology, and the professional practice of arboriculture.
Tree Care Industry Association
The former National Arborist Association (NAA) is now TCIA. It is a trade association of commercial tree care firms that develops safety and educational programs, standards of tree care practice, and management information for arboriculture firms around the world. The site includes a TCIA Associate Member Search, Standards of Tree Care Practice, How To Hire an Arborist, What Is Arboriculture, Tree Care Statistics, and much more!
Utility Arborist Association
The Utility Arborist Association’s mission statement is “to provide UAA members with opportunities to improve their skills and knowledge, and enhance public awareness.” UAA is an association of companies that look to enhance the practice and quality of utility arboriculture.
The National Arbor Day Foundation
The National Arbor Day Foundation encourages “tree planting and environmental stewardship…in your own yard and neighborhood…in your community…and in your world.” This site details the “9 Things You Should Know About Trees,” their various nationally recognized programs, and a search of viable trees based on region, tree and soil type, growth rates, and sun exposures. This site also outlines the foundations of Arbor Day (the last Friday in April.)