TCIA's Press Room provides the latest in tree care industry news, as well as general information for the media.
TCIA in the News:
- Tree Care Accidents WKZO [1-25-2013]
- Not for the amateur Lawn & Landscape [1-18-2013]
- Decay can cause serious defects in trees The Fallbrook Village News [11-29-2012]
- NH tree experts offer deadly reminders of chainsaw dangers The Union Leader [11-12-2012]
- Top Trends in Tree Care Green Industry Pros [9-10-12]
- When Does a Tree Go From Decorative to Dangerous? National Public Radio [7-5-2012]
- Palm Tree Trimming Deaths Can Be Prevented Glendora Patch [6-12-2012]
- Before you ... Lawn & Landscape [5-21-2012]
- Call a pro The Concord Monitor [5-6-2012]
- $50,000 in Grants Awarded to New Hampshire Nonprofits PSNH
- Limb Trimmers Keep Busy Times Herald Record [3-19-2012]
- Hiring a Tree Service After a Disaster Better Business Bureau [3-5-2012]
- Tree-trimming industry has high risk, lax rules The Journal News [11-5-2011]
- TCIA receives federal safety grant Lawn & Landscape [10-24-2011]
- Triage for Trees: Can This Storm-Damaged Tree Be Saved? The Hartford Courant [11-27-2012]
- 10 Things Your Arborist Won't Tell You Reader's Digest September 2011
- Top Ten Things to Consider When Hiring a Tree Company for Tree Removal & Tree Pruning PRWeb [8-11-11]
- The Bottom Line: Tree trimmers create a real buzz The Portland Press Herald [7-24-11]
- Aging Gracefully? AMC Outdoors May/June 2011
- Contracting with Reputable Tree Care Company Essential Webster-Kirkwood Times [5-6-2012]
- Safety tips from Scott Jamieson Lawn & Landscape [4-20-11]
- Time is Right for Pruning Fruit Trees The Observer [3-2-2011]
- Hire certified experts for health trees, home safety Angie's List [1-17-2011]
- Topping techniques bad for trees, homeowners Angie's List [1-13-11]
TCIA Press Releases:
Association News Releases:
- New Installments to TCIA Board of Directors [2-21-12]
- Student Career Days 2012 - Not Your Ordinary Field Trip [11-12-2012]
- TCIA Welcomes New Director of Development, Outreach Coordinators [11-6-2012]
- TCIA President & CEO Mark Garvin Earns Certified Association Executive Credential [6-26-2012]
- TCIA Welcomes New Credentialing Specialist [6-8-2012]
Tree Care Releases:
- Don't Use Climbing Spikes When Pruning Trees
- Save Your Ash Trees - Learn to ID EAB
- Proper Tree Planting for Earth Day
- Avoiding Tree Care Scams
- Occupational Tree Care Accidents in 2012
- What Kills Tree Care DIY-ers?
- De-Icing Salt Can Harm Trees and Landscape Plants
- Snow & Woody Plants
- Revision to Standard for Integrated Vegetation Management
- Consumer Safety Alert: Cleaning up Trees Damaged by Hurricane Sandy
- Hurricane Season - Look Up Before the Storm
- How to Correct Aggressive Tree Roots
- Health Insurance for Your Trees & Shrubs
- Help Your Trees Resist Pests - Try IPM
- Cleaning Up Storm Damaged Trees
- Nature's Air Conditioners
- Early Fall Color Could Be Sign of Tree Distress
- Trees Suffer During Drought
- Smart Use of Fall Pesticides
For inquiries regarding proper tree care, TCIA news releases, digital photos, or general questions, contact Amy Tetreault by email or phone (603) 314-5380. TCIA arborists, safety and business professionals are also available as sources for tree related articles and issues.
Q.) What is the Tree Care Industry Association?
Learn more about TCIA, a trade association of more than 2,000 commercial tree care firms and affiliated companies.
Q. What is the difference between arborist certification and TCIA Accreditation?
Arborist certification is the test of an individual arborist's tree care knowledge, while TCIA Accreditation is a consumer confidence program that helps clients find tree care companies that have been inspected and accredited based on adherence to business ethics, technical competence and consumer satisfaction.
Q.) I'm looking to interview a local tree care worker in my area - can you help me find one?
Yes, visit TCIA's zip code search for a comprehensive list of all TCIA member companies in your area.