• Maryland Arborist Day

  • Maryland Arborist Association

Upcoming Events


The Maryland Arborist Association (MAA) is a professional trade association dedicated to fostering best practices within the region's arboriculture industry, providing education forums for on-going training and safety, and promoting community service through volunteerism.

For nearly 50 years, the MAA has brought professional arborists (and related trades) together for networking, professional growth, and advancement. In addition to these professional benefits, MAA members annually donate tens of thousands of dollars in man-hours in association-wide volunteer service projects.

For more information about the MAA, select here.  

Interested in becoming an MAA member?  select here.

News and Highlights 

The MAA is currently accepting applications from organizations who are interested in being considered for our annual Arborist Day service event. Applications for 2024 or other future events are due by June 15, 2023. Know of a site in need of tree care?

The 445th session of the Maryland General Assembly convened on January 11 and ended April 10, 2023. A number of bills were introduced this session that would impact our industry. MAA is a member of the Maryland Green Industry Council (MaGIC), whose purpose is to represent Green Industry interests in the legislative and regulatory processes in Maryland. Find out how MAA and MaGIC are working to protect your business. 

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources cautions homeowners to be alert for non-licensed tree contractors who take money for work that never gets done. Hiring Licensed Tree Experts helps avoid scams. 

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, BGE has adapted their Contractor Assistance Program. Private tree care contractors can learn more here

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources reminds consumers to Hire Licensed Tree Experts. Make sure work is legal, safe and insured

MAA License Plates

All MAA members are eligible to order association license plates, which depict the state tree, the Wye Oak.
Contact the MAA office for more information or to send you the required MVA registration form.