Americorps, a non-profit organization currently serving in New Jersey for Hurricane Sandy relief, is looking for trained arborists to help restore public and private areas in Monmouth County.
Private homeowners need help with trees that are threatening structures, stump removal and other key issues. Many popular recreation areas like Sandy Hook National Park or Cheesequake State Park are still reporting massive numbers of downed trees, or are still closed because of extreme damage.
TCIA is passing along this general information to the tree care industry community, on behalf of Americorps. But don’t forget - Donating your services is an excellent press opportunity. Who wouldn’t want photos of arborists working in public recreation areas like Sandy Hook National Park, or Cheesequake State Park?
To learn more about volunteering your skills, call 609-508-2500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Americorps will provide liability releases for all parties involved.
*Want to know what it was like on the front lines of the tree care industry in New Jersey following Hurricane Sandy? Click here.