National Tree Officers Conference launches vibrant logo

To mark the success of the National Tree Officers Conference (NTOC), the Institute of Chartered Foresters, London Tree Officers Association and Municipal Tree Officers Association have launched a new logo. The brand was led by NTOC Steering Group under the advisement of Hester McQueen, ICF Marketing & Communications Officer.

The design of the NTOC marks the third National Tree Officers Conference following the success of the last two conferences.

The colours and trees represent typical trees that tree officers work with and autumn tree colours in the UK. The leaves were carefully selected which are oak, maple, birch, tulip and gingko.

The logo was produced in just under a month, in anticipation of the third National Tree Officers Conference, just over 12 weeks away. The logo has been designed to illustrate the professionalism of tree officers and to emphasise continuous professional development is key to enhancing their work.

The new logo is much more vibrant and illustrates how innovative this industry is.

Al Smith MICFor, Honorary LTOA Executive Member, said

“The new logo indicates the conference is standing the test of time with a strong steering group partnership between the London Tree Officers Association, Municipal Tree Officers Association and the Institute of Chartered Foresters.”

This event is being organised by the London Tree Officers Association (LTOA), the Municipal Tree Officers Association (MTOA) and, the Institute of Chartered Foresters (ICF).

This 2018 NTOC is kindly sponsored by 2Excel, Barcham Trees, Bluesky, Ezytreev, Forestry Commission, Geosynthetics, GreenBlue Urban, KaarbonTech Asset Management, TreePans, Sorbus International, Wrekin Products and Wyevale Nurseries.

For further information and to book visit: www.charteredforesters.org/tree-officers-conference

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Media Enquiries

Hester McQueen

Marketing & Communications Officer

+44 (0) 131 240 1425
Hester.McQueen@charteredforesters.org

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