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The William J Porter
Attention — students, professionals, and volunteers in the industry!!!
To encourage studies and careers in Arboriculture and Urban Forestry, the New Jersey Shade Tree Federation is pleased to announce the offer of a scholarship to two recipients who meet the specified criteria. For details… read more
We're Going Virtual! The conference will be held online during the week of October 19-23, 2020. We have expanded the length of the conference and will schedule presentations throughout the entire week to allow flexibility for attending and viewing… read more
The William J Porter
Community Tree Project Award
Attention — Municipalities or Tree Organizations working within their Municipality!!! In addition to the William J. Porter Arboriculture Scholarship for students, the NJ Shade Tree Federation is now offering … read more
Message from the NJSTF President...
The New Jersey Shade Tree Federation is a non-profit organization that has been assisting those individuals and agencies entrusted with the selection, planting and care of trees, since 1926.
Our objective is to educate our members by providing the latest up-to-date information and techniques relating to the care and maintenance of shade trees, in order to provide tree-lined streets for future generations.
The New Jersey Shade Tree Federation accomplishes its objectives by bringing knowledgeable experts within the tree industry to speak at our Annual Conferences. Our speakers include nationally recognized scientific professionals, college professors, and tree experts. We also publish a bi-monthly newsletter that contains additional informative articles regarding the care and maintenance of shade trees. We invite you to become an active member in the NJSTF.
Our office, conveniently located on the Cook College Campus of Rutgers University, may be contacted for a wide range of information and services.
Our goal is to improve the status of our profession and to establish liaisons between allied associations, businesses, and federal, state and municipal governments, in order to provide tree-lined streets for future generations.