About the Association

The Tree Warden's Association of Connecticut, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating tree wardens and others about tree wardens roles and responsibilities (in the proper care and control of ornamental trees, shade trees, and shrubs for the purpose of assuring their continued preservation and natural beauty) through education and advocacy.

The Tree Wardens' Association of Connecticut has a membership of around 200 individuals, primarily Tree Wardens, but also representing the municipal, arboriculture, forestry, and horticultural fields.

Every city and town in Connecticut must have an appointed tree warden (Connecticut General Statutes Section 23-58). The legislative intent of this statute is to assure that municipalities maintain, care and protect a valuable and essential natural resource - municipally owned trees.

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25th Anniversary Celebration

The 25th Anniversary Celebration of the Tree Wardens' Associtaion of Connecticut will be on Friday, April 28, 2017 at the Omni Hotel in New Haven, CT.  This event will feature a full day of educational workshops followed by dinner and live entertainment in the evening. Dr. Michael Dirr will be presenting along with author Eric Rutkow and other top professionals. Follow the link below for more information on registering, becoming a sponsor or vendor, and accomodations.



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