Representatives from the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) are attending New England Grows next month. Tchukki Andersen, BCMA, CTSP and TCIA’s staff arborist, will be delivering her presentation “Plant Health Care Technician (PHC) Training” at the conference.
Andersen’s presentation is part of newest module of the Tree Care Academy Training Program, which provides best practices for Plant Health Care Technicians and details the properties they work with.
The older the tree, the more effectively it can remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, according to an AFP report yesterday. As such, it is possible that certain forests may play a role in slowing global warming.
ACTrees anticipates thousands of participants next month. Volunteers will facilitate hundreds of local tree plantings, nature workshops and volunteer workdays in big cities and small towns throughout the country.
It has come to our attention that some TCI EXPO exhibitors are receiving letters from third-party companies that are not affiliated with TCIA or TCI EXPO. These letters include unauthorized directory listings, hotel contractors, etc.
These outside companies are phishing for your information, with the intention to use it to compile listings, sell advertising, or promote show materials. To avoid any potential risks, TCIA recommends that you work exclusively with approved TCI EXPO vendors.