Fallen Trees Endanger Communities
In the wake of natural disaster fallen trees disrupt supply lines and devastate communities
Worldwide Disaster Tree Clearance
DART's team of Volunteer Tree Surgeons and Arborists clear fallen trees from vital supply chains and services.
Training & Equipment
DART provides specialist tree clearing equipment kindly provided by our sponsors. Then we train local people who can continue the required work after our volunteers leave.
Before our Volunteers are sent to a region they are given essential training at one of our pre-departure weekends
DART - Disaster Arborist Response Team
In the Wake of Natural Disaster DART's team of Volunteer Tree Surgeons and Arborists are the world's first responders for cleaning dangerous trees. Ensuring supply chains are opened and communities are not cut off from the help they need
Who Are We?
DART International UK is an all-volunteer Humanitarian Response Team that deploys worldwide to assist disaster affected communities. Since it’s creation in 2014, the Charity has delivered aid, equipment and training to communities in the South Pacific, Asia, Africa and the Caribbean. All proceeds received go into our training programmes, deployments, and aid missions.
Trees are a vital environmental, cultural and economic resource. However, in the wake of natural disasters fallen trees close roads, cause flooding, damage buildings and bring down power lines, invariably delaying the international relief effort.
DART provide volunteer teams of experienced and qualified arborists to support worldwide humanitarian operations by removing obstructive trees and enabling other aid and rescue organisations to operate safely and effectively. read more…
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Learn About DART's Deployments
Sierra Leone 17
Read the story as four of our volunteers are deployed to support communities legally and safely log their own timber with a Logosol Timbermill.
Hurricane IRMA (Maria) devastates areas across the Caribbean. The DART Team clear life-saving routes and train 18 firefighters to safely clear wind blow trees to continue the work after DART Leave
DART send a deployment team of Volunteer Tree Surgeons to Melawi which has been devastated by a category 5 cyclone