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At TCIA, we consider every month to be “safety month.” But we get a chance to really highlight safety during the month of June, which is National Safety Month!

Check out today's blog post for safety tips and stories from TCIA members, and learn how to submit your own safety story for publication. > bit.ly/1Ro9wXA
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Modern tree care companies often rely on their web presence to generate new leads. But how can you be sure you're putting your best foot forward?

Today's guest blog post, authored by TCIA Affinity Partner Market Hardware, Inc., outlines four proven methods for fine-tuning your digital lead generation strategy. Read it now! > http://bit.ly/1PoHUOY
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OSHA observes Workers’ Memorial Day every year on April 28. This commemoration honors those workers who have died on the job, and acknowledges the grievous suffering experienced by the families and communities they left behind.

Today's blog post remembers tree care professionals who were killed on the job in the past year. Our deepest condolences to their friends, families, and communities.

Read more > http://bit.ly/1IIH4L4
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Are homeowners responsible for tree care-related accidents on their property?

While the answer isn't simple, today's blog post outlines several steps all homeowners can take to reduce their risk of litigation.

Tree care companies: Don't forget to share this with your clients! Read more > http://bit.ly/19Jeeho
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Depends on the city. I've seen it go both ways. The tree sits between the sidewalkand street, city tree that they planted. They'll dyeing is dead and sometimes they will remove it. Other times they'll determine is the home owners responsibility
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Should you be worried if you find a hollow in your tree? Not necessarily!

Today's blog post will help you determine if that hole is a hazard - or if it's harmless. Tree care companies: Don't forget to share this with your clients! > http://bit.ly/1FAe1tE
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We reviewed 126 occupational tree care accidents reported by the media, OSHA and industry colleagues in 2014.

Today's blog post reviews the data, identifies the factors and trends that contributed to these incidents, and offers a solution - more affordable safety training for working arborists.

Read more > http://bit.ly/1w44ngt
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The March 2015 issue of TCI Magazine is now available online!

Read more about the latest tree care tools, trends and technology here > http://bit.ly/1CptJb0
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There’s a huge difference between professional arborists and fly-by-night tree care crews. Our newly re-launched website, Tree Care Tips, is just one more TCIA resource that highlights this difference by showcasing professionalism in tree care, and by educating homeowners about the technical aspects of tree work.
 
Check out today’s blog to learn more about the new features and content on Tree Care Tips. Tree care companies: Don’t forget to share this post with your customers! > http://bit.ly/1Frf1jW
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The May 2015 issue of TCI Magazine is now available online!

Read it now > http://bit.ly/1cho4t3 
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It’s easy to forget how dangerous trees can be. A seemingly healthy tree can grow quietly for years only to fail without warning, leaving the perplexed homeowner to foot the bill and clean up the mess.

How can homeowners ensure peace of mind, and tell if their trees are truly at risk? (Tree care companies: Don't forget to share this with your clients - we cover tree failure warning signs in today's blog post!)

Read more > bit.ly/1J7G1UQ
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The April 2015 issue of TCI Magazine is now available online! Read it now > http://bit.ly/1NukpmC
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When tree care companies give back to their community, everyone wins! Today's post highlights Aspen Tree Expert Co., Inc. as one of many TCIA member companies that perform philanthropic tree work.

Tree care companies: Do you have any volunteer projects planned? Don't forget: Arbor Day is just around the corner! > http://bit.ly/1E5f4NP
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Lee McClenaghan's profile photo
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Bob Crawford's profile photo
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Established in 1938, the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) is a non-profit, trade association of more than 2,000 commercial tree care firms.The mission of TCIA is to advance tree care businesses and improve safety within the industry, while also providing consumers with relevant information to help maintain the health of their trees.