Certified Arborists

Offering a variety of services from accredited professionals.

From the Blog

  • certification

    ReCertification: What it's About and Why it Matters

    March 31st

    All those tags at the bottom of the page, the ones that look like scout badges, those are icons symbolic of certification- a certification that must be maintained throughout the career of an arborist.  In a lot of professions maintaining certification means constantly keeping up on the latest trends and information in your industry. For example, in order to stay a Certified Arborist through the International Society of Arborists, you must re-qualify every three years to ensure your knowledge and standards remain current.  The same goes for staying a Certified Tree Care Safety Professional (CTSP). This title is incredibly important because it recognizes that along with continued innovation in our field comes added risk, to both arborist and homeowner, that needs to be recognized, addressed and safely navigated. These two re-certifications can be achieved through testing or, more likely, varied Continuing Education Units (CEU's).

    When my certified arborist license came due this past December 31, and I had 9 of the necessary 30 CEU's for recertification.  My certified tree care safety professional (CTSP) came due on March 31. I had 1 of the necessary 30 CEU's for that one. I needed to do some catch-up! I had sat through the courses, I just hadn't taken the tests.  I had organized and lead the safety meetings, but neglected to fill out the required forms to get the points needed for recertification...

    Read more ...  
  • climbing-tree

    From an Early Age

    March 31st

    My first experience at tree care I was about eight years-old. My family had a bunch of medium sized oaks in the yard and after one storm I saw a branch hanging down about 25 feet up in the tree. It was bent over but still attached. I climbed the tree and tried to put the branch back in place but it wouldn't stay. The tear where the branch met the stem was long, but there was good wood holding the two together. So I climbed back down, found some thin rope, put it in my pocket and went back up. Read more ...  

Stay Connected

instagram email Pinterest Facebook  

Our Work

Photos from some of our most recent projects.

View All Projects

Ready to fall in love with your property all over again?

Give us a call now at 802-244-5100. Or use the form to leave us a brief message. Someone will get back to you shortly.

Invalid Input
Invalid Input
Invalid Input
Invalid Input