Early Spring, Early Bugs – Protect Your Trees Now!

A mild winter and potential early Spring season means your club’s tree canopy may be at risk for aggressive wood boring insects.  Preventive measures taken

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Program Preps Inmates for Jobs in Tree Care

By Patricia Chaundoin When Shea Zwerver was an undergraduate at a small liberal arts college in Pennsylvania, she had two seemingly divergent passions: social sciences

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Protect Your Trees from Storm Damage

By: Patrick Parker There you sit, enjoying these last sultry days of summer. Yet I feel it’s my duty to remind you: Storms are brewin.’

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Safety and Storm Work Go Hand in Hand [Article from TCIA Magazine]

By Kevin Myers, CTSP When it comes to cleaning up after a big storm, arborist crews generally must be ready for anything. Any given service

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Blue Spruce Tree Needles Turning Yellow, Brown, Then Dropping? Check for…

Four years ago, Ron Linger of Ohio planted 100 blue spruce trees. Recently, he told WKBN news that his “trees weren’t looking very good. A lot of

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