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Pursuing a municipal tree care contract is very different from selling your tree care services to a homeowner.

Municipal bidding involves specific rules and procedures that govern both the agency and the bidders, and tree care company owners need to understand this process to improve their chances of landing a contract.
 
Check out this week's blog post to get an inside look at the bidding process! > bit.ly/1fHR3ao
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A Tree Injection Symposium is coming to St. Louis, Missouri, September 23 - 24! Have you saved your spot yet?

Learn more, and register here > http://bit.ly/1HxQ6sA
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Can anyone plant a tree correctly? Is it a good idea to prune before planting? How much mulch should you use on a newly planted tree?

Learn the answers in this week's blog post, which debunks five common tree planting myths. (Tree care companies: Don't forget to share this post with your customers!) Read it now > http://bit.ly/1MbYEss
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Read the July 2015 issue of TCI Magazine online! > http://bit.ly/1g7TVOk
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Many jobsite accidents can be prevented with safety training and education. But even the best laid plans can go awry, and when they do, arborists need to be ready to respond quickly and professionally.

This year, TCI Magazine is running a "First Aid for Arborists" series, covering a new skill each month. Read what we have so far in today's blog post, and consider incorporating these articles into your own safety program! ‪#‎NationalSafetyMonth

Read it now > http://bit.ly/1JTSpfb
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Sad, but too true!!  Red Cross 1st Aid and CPR training a must!!
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Today kicks of National Safety Month! Don't forget to check out the June 2015 issue of TCI Magazine, which features timely safety-related articles for tree care professionals.

Click the link to read TCI Magazine online. And stay safe out there!http://bit.ly/1JePs8J
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Employee theft is something that no business owner wants to experience. But as small businesses, tree care companies can be vulnerable to embezzlement and related unethical employee behavior.

Read this week's blog post to learn how to prevent embezzlement, and recognize the warning signs > http://bit.ly/1ModWO8
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How can tree care companies use email marketing to generate more business?

Check out this week's blog post for actionable tips, and learn about the advantages email marketing offers over social media and paid advertising. > http://bit.ly/1TCF39j
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Drier than normal conditions are stifling much of the nation this summer, especially California, and the U.S. Seasonal Drought Outlook predicts there is little chance for improvement.

This week's blog post outlines how homeowners can identify and care for their drought-stressed trees. (Tree care companies: Don't forget to share this post with your customers!) Read it now > bit.ly/1U8HCRv
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Every day, arborists cope with hazards that are unimaginable in most professions. Although most receive some sort of on-the-job, informal safety training, far too many risk their lives because they are not adequately trained.

To address this issue, the Tree Care Industry Association Foundation (TCIAF) launched the Arborist Safety Training Institute (ASTI), which provides quality, local and affordable safety training for working arborists. Check out today's blog post to learn more!

Read more > http://bit.ly/1IenV6f
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The Tree Care Industry Association Foundation (TCIAF) recently launched the Arborist Safety Training Institute (ASTI), which provides grants to fund workshops around the country.  

Tree care companies like yours are encouraged to apply. Bring quality, local and affordable safety training to your area and help reduce accidents in the tree care industry.  

Click the link below to learn more and apply for a grant.  The application deadline is August 15 – Get started today! http://bit.ly/1IPsIJA
 
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For the “do-it-yourself” homeowner, outsourcing tree work may seem like an unnecessary expense. But in reality, the costs of tackling tree care on your own can run high — damaged property, hospital bills, and a ruined landscape aren't cheap.

Check out today's blog post for three reasons homeowners should leave tree work to the professionals. Tree care companies: Don't forget to share this post with your customers! Click here > http://bit.ly/1F6i0cR
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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.