The Tree Wardens' 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 offers many educational opportunities throughout the year. From full day workshops and lunch hour mini sessions to a fully customizable training program that travels to your location, there is sure to be an option for everyone. All of our workshops offer continuing education credits for tree wardens and other professions. Additionally, each fall TWAC presents Tree Warden School, the only course available to qualify tree wardens in Connecticut.Learn more
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Find your Tree Warden
The position of tree warden is a fluid one and often changing in many municipalities. When trying to contact your tree warden, your best bet is to call/email your town hall and ask.
The below link will take you to an interactive map updated and managed by CT DEEP Urban Forestry. The Tree Wardens' Association of CT does not publish a list, but are happy to assist with any questions.CT DEEP map
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