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ICYMI: Are you a current or aspiring Certified Treecare Safety Professional (CTSP)?

If so, check out this blog post, which lists opportunities for earning CTSP CEUs!
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Do you have an outstanding safety story or program to share? Apply for TCIA's Safety Awards! (Plus, check out last year's highlights in today's blog post).
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BLOG: TCIA's top public safety resources, plus a downloadable freebie!
In light of OSHA's recent National Fall Prevention Stand-Down, and the upcoming National Safety Month (June 2016), we're highlighting few safety tips and resources for working arborists. While OSHA and the National Safety Council (NSC) both provide a wealth of safety resources, only TCIA has ...
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BLOG: Many of your potential customers turn to Google to find tree care services. Make sure you rank at the top of the search results by following these 4 easy steps!
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We answer this pressing question in today's blog post. Read it now!
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One of the major causes of tree failure is root damage. When a tree’s root system has been extensively damaged, the whole tree can fall to the ground...or onto your house.

Today's blog post examines the causes of root damage, as well as indicators of root problems. Read it now!
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The June 2016 issue of TCI Magazine is now available online! Follow the link below to start reading.
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If you’re a tree care company owner without a business plan, you’re not alone. Despite the critical importance of a business plan, many entrepreneurs in all industries drag their feet when it comes to preparing a written document.

Check out today's blog post for tips on writing a business plan for your tree care company.
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Before you plant a new tree in your yard, you need to understand how a tree could damage your property and take appropriate measures to prevent that damage.

Read today's blog post for tips on preventing root damage. (Tree care companies: Don't forget to share this post with your customers!)
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The May 2016 issue of TCI Magazine is now available online! Follow the link below to catch up on the latest news in the tree care industry >
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Earth Day is this Friday! In the spirit of sustainability, we're sharing this sample checklist for environmentally responsible tree care companies. How does yours compare?
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A Plant Health Care (PHC) program offers a proactive and holistic approach to maintaining tree and shrub health. Check out this week's blog post to learn more!
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362 people
Ring Lawn Care's profile photo
Eduardo Palomino's profile photo
Plantskydd Repellent's profile photo
Car Insurance Quotedevil Home Insurance's profile photo
Martin Implement Sales, Inc.'s profile photo
Princeton Tree Service / ADP Land Design's profile photo
PeakAMS's profile photo
Jon Godman's profile photo
Albemarle Landscapes & Tree Service's profile photo
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Our mission is to advance tree care businesses.
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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.