“Keep a green tree in your heart
and perhaps a singing bird will come”.
— Chinese proverb
The condition of campus gardens, trees and landscaping is a central element of ambiance, brand identity, environmental instruction and even revenue tied to charitable donations. The Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) is an ANSI-accredited standards developer and posts public consultation notices at the link below:
Part 6 of TCIA standard — A300 Tree Care Operations – Tree, Shrub, and Other Woody Plant Management – Standard Practices has been revised to harmonize with new findings on best practice in tree transplant.
Comments are due September 28th.
We encourage our colleagues in business units responsible for lawns, trees, gardens and pathways to participate in the TCIA standards development process (Learn more HERE). We encourage their bosses to cover their travel costs and professional time to participate in the face-to-face TICA meetings.
Stakeholders in any interest category may communicate directly with Amy Tetreault at the Tree Care Industry Association, (603) 314-5380, firstname.lastname@example.org, 136 Harvey Rd # 101, Londonderry, NH 03053.
We devote at least an hour every month to best practice literature in this domain. See our CALENDAR for the next Pathway and Bucolia teleconference; open to everyone.
Category: Bucolia, Pathways
Colleagues: Mike Anthony, Jack Janveja, Richard Robben
Learn how to apply an SRS redirect without unloading your primary suspension point in this instructional video and article featuring Aaron Feather, CTSP! https://t.co/qJCSQeg2iz
— Tree Care Industry (@VoiceOfTreeCare) May 22, 2020