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.”
It has been brought to our attention by TCIA members that a lead generation company, Home Advisor (formerly Service Magic) has contacted members, claiming to have an affiliation with TCIA.
We advise TCIA members that we do not endorse or have an affiliation with Home Advisor or any other lead generation company. When TCIA members do contract with a lead generation company, they should chose the company carefully and employ buyer beware practices.
If you have questions, please contact TCIA directly at 603-314-5380 or email@example.com.
The Monadnock Ledger-Transcript recently reported on Lyndeborough native Richard Herfurth, a 62-year-old arborist and safety and training coordinator for TCIA Member Bartlett Tree Experts (Hooksett Branch).
In the report, Herfurth spoke of the dangers of his occupation and why he chose arboriculture for his profession.
Several members of the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) were honored with the International Society of Arboriculture’s (ISA) 2013 Awards. Our members were recognized in several categories for their outstanding and unique contributions for the arboriculture industry.