TCIA Crown PACT Partner Bandit Industries' website has been updated. A new blog, along with live feeds from the company's Facebook and Twitter accounts, now share space on the home page at www.banditchippers.com.
These improvements offer visitors to the chipper manufacturer's website the ability to see live social media updates, and interact directly with the company – all from a single online location.
The Oregon Department of Agriculture has suspended the license of a commercial pesticide operator based in Eugene following an incident that has left an estimated 1,000 bees dead at a north Eugene apartment complex this week. The action taken against Glass Tree Care and Spray Service comes as ODA continues to investigate violation of the Oregon Pesticide Control Law. The company must comply with specific conditions before the license will be reinstated.
Five new videos were just added to TCIA’s Tree Care Basics series, and are now available for public viewing on TCIA’s YouTube channel. The Tree Care Basics series aims to educate consumers about proper tree care and encourage them to hire a professional arborist in their area.
This year, Arborjet invites middle school teachers and students across America to celebrate National Arbor Day on April 25th with its new, free "Let's Root for the Trees!" Middle School Curriculum Program.
Emily Duval joined TCIA in February as our administrative assistant. At TCIA, Emily is here to help you. She will be answering the phones, taking product orders, shipping orders and taking event registrations in addition to answering general questions and getting you in touch with the TCIA staff member who can help you with any specific questions you may have.
TCIA is proud to welcome Arborjet as a first-year PACT Root partner for 2014.
Arborjet was designed by arborists for arborists in order to effectively manage and control the many exotic and native insect pests and diseases threatening our natural and urban forest today. Arborjet's first prototype was a modification of the needleless medical injection device used post World War II for mass inoculation. With spraying and soil drenching becoming more and more controversial, injection's time has come.
“My grandfather, W.P. Lanphear, Jr. moved his company out to South Euclid in 1916 where it has operated for the past 97 years,” wrote Forest City Tree President Lauren Lanphear in a letter to clients and associates. “On this same property sits the home my grandfather built when he moved here and in which I’ve lived since 1981.”