Roberts recognised with the Ron Flook Award - 12th Oct 2015

Mark Roberts added to the list. The 2015 Ron Flook Award The New Zealand Arboricultural Association Ron Flook Award is an award given to elevate and recognise high standards of practice in Arboriculture. The recipients have demonstrated exceptional management of trees, whether functional or aesthetic in any stage of development. It is the highest award of recognition that the national association has to offer.

The 2015 Ron Flook Award was given to Mark Roberts on October 3, at the New Zealand Arboricultural Association's annual conference held in Nelson. The association recognised Mark for his tireless work and dedication to arboriculture on a national and international level. He was the youngest president of the association (being awarded a life membership in 2007), he has written over one hundred articles, been published in national and international magazines, written for and contributed to Standards, Codes of Practice and Best Practice Guidelines, Study Guides and Units of Competency. He has represented New Zealand with the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) for over twelve years becoming President in 2014. Mark has delivered training and presentations all across the world, has been involved in the management and training of over a thousand New Zealand horticulture and arboriculture students.

Mark is a worthy recipient of the Ron Flook Award and we are proud to have him as our Academic Manager. In a typically short acceptance speech, Mark we gracious for the recognition but pointed out that the past was the past and our future actions are more important.

Congratulations Mark.
 

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