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We’re dedicated to the safety, education & advancement of the Hispanic tree worker.

Furthering the employment and career development of Hispanic arborists since 2012.


Establishing Workplace Safety

The HAA’s #1 priority is ensuring that tree workers are well equipped with the knowledge and skills needed for a safer job site.


Placing Value on Education

By conducting trainings & providing resources in Spanish, the HAA helps Hispanic arborists to improve their skills.


Securing Job Advancement

With a bilingual approach and arborist certification training, the HAA is able to help tree surgeons progress in their career paths.

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At our trainings no one gets left behind.

When there is a language barrier, it usually means someone gets left behind. This will not happen at our training sessions.

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We provide our members with a newsletter filled with useful information about safety, climbing techniques and many other topics – all in Spanish.

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