ARE you a woman working in the arboricultural industry? Then we want to hear from YOU. 

We are looking for new candidates to feature in our Women in Arb series, which shines the spotlight on the sector's heroines. Running every second month in our essentialARB magazine, it's a chance to show arb is more than just the mainstream stereotypes. 

Launched a little over two years ago, we've already showcased the brilliant work of women from across the UK and beyond. 

READ MORE: Women in arb: Viktoria Carstens

From Isobel ‘Izzy’ Watson to Georgi EnnisViktoria Carstens to Margrethe Wheeler, arb's women are at the heart of it, as they tell us all about their experiences, background, successes and making their way in a "male-dominated industry". 


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As a simple Q&A format, Women in Arb allows those taking part to express themselves in their own way. 

Questions include: 

  • What made you pursue a career in arboriculture?
  • What does your day-to-day work involve?
  • What was your first experience in arboriculture?

Once you have prepared answers to the questions, we'd simply ask you to supply a selection of pictures you'd be happy to feature in print and online. 

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READ MORE: Women in arb: Annalize Wright, owner of Staffordshire-based ACW Arb

Interested? Then we'd love to hear from you. Email to take part.

You can also ask any questions about the feature and we'd be delighted to answer them.