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David Pavidis , co-owner of TCIA member company Green Trees Arborcare Inc. of Norfolk, MA, recently snapped this photo of his son, checking out an issue of TCI Magazine.
"My wife stepped out of the bedroom to see my one and a half year old son Benjamin, sitting and reading daddy's magazine," Pavidis explans.
May's TCI Magazine cover story, Managing Drought Stress on Urban Trees, by Brandon M. Gallagher-Watson takes a look at how drought is a condition that can be managed and the stress on trees can be reduced.
Other articles include:
April's TCI Magazine cover story, The Cutting Edge of Chain Saws, by Chris Girard, CTSP, takes a look at new developments and updates in the technology of chain saws.
March's TCI Magazine cover story, Smaller Loaders Are Becoming Tree Care's "Little Big Men," by Rick Howland addresses thw growing prevalence of mini-loaders in the tree care industry.
The articles include:
February's TCI Magazine cover story, Hot Times in the Urban Forest: Climate Change and What It Means for Insect Pests by Michael J.
January's TCI Magazine cover story, Responding to Sandy: Rolling Out Equipment for Storm Work by Rick Howland, tells the stories of local tree work companies working in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic following Superstorm Sandy.
December's TCI Magazine cover story, “Green "Waste" Market is Recession Proof” by Rick Howland, explains why mulch is a tried-and-true product, even in a recession.
November's TCI Magazine tells the story of "A Tale of Cranes, Communication and Electricity." Todd Kramer, CTSP, uses the story from one cottonwood tree removal to address the major issues surrounding the use of cranes to assist on removals.
October's TCI Magazine addresses "Some Key Diseases of Conifers" and "Tree Felling and Planning the Back Cut." Dr.
The cover story of September's TCI Magazine discusses the safety concerns that come with the presence of mini or backyard aerial lifts.
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