Aug 09, 2023



If you’re a person of the woods, or at least nature, then here’s a line of work for you—and you don’t have to be a rugged lumberjack! As an Arborist, you will transplant, maintain, and remove trees and woody plants using ropes, climbing systems, pruning tools, diagnostic tools and mechanized equipment. You will understand how to cultivate, manage, and study individual trees, shrubs, vines, and woody plants. An Arborist carries out treatments for optimal tree health by managing pests, diseases, wounds, and defects that impact trees and woody plants. You will also fertilize, irrigate, mulch, and aerate soil. ​