Membership


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The main criterion for membership is an interest in urban and community forestry. The cost of membership is $10 per student, $25 per individual, $50 per family, $100 per government agency or business, or $350 per patron. Membership packages are also available.

Benefits of Membership:

  • Do something positive for the environment
  • Contribute to the preservation, protection and improvement of Arkansas urban forests
  • Participate in community outreach projects
  • Discover funding and grant opportunities for your community’s urban forest
  • Stay informed about upcoming workshops and the latest news on urban forestry
  • Guide the AUFC by selecting members of the Board of Directors and participating in committees, workshops, community projects and volunteer activities
  • Qualify for discounted registration fees for AUFC-sponsored workshops

Opportunities to Participate:

  • Grants and Funding for Community Projects – Receive funding for your project
  • Disaster Assistance – Volunteer to assist a community in Arkansas to help restore tree canopy that was lost due to environmental impact
  • Learn More About Trees – Preserve, plant, and manage the community forest through workshops – Network with others in the industry and with local communities
  • Professional/Continuing Education – Receive continuing education units, practical arborist training, career development and certification
  • Become a Tree City USA – Receive information about this program
  • Become a Tree Campus USA – Receive information about this program

How to Become a Member
AUFC offers a wide range of membership opportunities. Click on the type of membership below that meets your needs.

Basic Membership Levels



$10.00 Student


$25.00 Individual


$50.00 Family


$100.00 Government/Business


$350.00 Patron

Membership Package


$500.00 Includes membership; link to your website from AUFC website; vendor booth at one workshop.

Send Checks to:

AUFC
PO Box 1223
Little Rock, AR 72201

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