Are homeowners responsible for tree care-related accidents on their property? Unfortunately, the answer isn’t simple. It depends on several factors: state law, the circumstances of the accident, and the type of insurance coverage the homeowner and contractor each possess. “Liability is a complicated issue, but even so, there are several steps all homeowners can take
Once again we return to our So You Want My Job series, in which we interview men who are employed in desirable jobs and ask them about the reality of their work and for advice on how men can live their dream. Every little kid wants to climb trees — it’s just built into us
ISA Certification Board Code of Ethics The ISA Certification Board has implemented an ISA Certified Arborist® Code of Ethics policy to serve as a central guide and reference for arborists in support of their day-to-day decision making. It is meant to define our organization’s mission, values and principles, linking them with principles of professional conduct
If you are a homeowner looking for competitive bids on tree work you need to know a few things about the tree care industry. First you should know that the majority of tree care companies understand very little about trees. They are in the market for tree removal only and make their money by cutting
What: Hug a Tree World Record Attempt When: Saturday, July 20, 2pm Where: Hoyt Arboretum near the intersection of Kingston and Knights Boulevard Be a part of setting a new world record for the most people hugging a tree in a single location!
Here are five interesting things you may not know about fireworks, courtesy of Jim Souza, President of Pyro Spectaculars by Souza. Nearly all fireworks are handmade. If you see a fireworks show that lasts 20 minutes and has 2,000 shells (bursts in the sky) that means that 2,000 individual shells were made by hand. Most