April 11, 2019
It’s Time to Register!!! 2019 Texas Tree Climbing Championship and Arbor Fair
2019 Texas Tree Climbing Championship and Arbor Fair
May 16-18, 2019
San Gabriel Park, Georgetown, Texas
We need you! Sign up today!
This year, in addition to the exciting competition, there will also be a bilingual pre-climb trauma and aerial rescue workshop, equipment and
February 11, 2019
Cranes and Trees – A Workshop With Mark Chisholm
A workshop focusing on practical and advanced rigging, estimation of weight, and proper cuts associated with crane use. It will include class time and an outdoor demonstration. Mark Chisholm, working arborist, instructor and ISA world champion climber will lead the
February 5, 2019
From Field to Lab – A Hands-On Tree Diagnosis Workshop
What is killing my tree? Bug? Disease? Join Dr. David Appel and Sheila McBride for a hands-on tree diagnosis workshop at the Texas A&M Plant Disease Diagnostic Lab. This two-day workshop includes the fine points of field diagnosis and sample
February 2, 2019
Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (TRAQ) Renewal – College Station
The TRAQ re-qualification is a one-day refresher with five hours of instruction and three hours to take the exam. The TRAQ credential is valid for five years from the date it is earned. Current TRAQ holders can complete the course
February 2, 2019
ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (TRAQ) – College Station, Texas
Join the Texas Chapter ISA for the new ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (TRAQ) 2-day educational course followed by a 1/2 day assessment that includes both a written and field component. Your instructor will be Skip Kincaid.
January 24, 2019
Bilingual Tree Worker Workshop – Taller Bilingue del Cuidado y Seguridad de Arboles
It is time for the 10th Bilingual Tree Care & Safety Workshop in San Antonio. Learn from tree care leaders Mark Chisolm and Eduardo Medina to take your knowledge and career to new heights.
Keynote speaker Mark Chisolm and Eduardo Medina
December 13, 2018
Tree-killing Insect Confirmed in Tarrant County
December 7, 2018
FORT WORTH, Texas—Reports of the presence of the deadly emerald ash borer (EAB) in Tarrant County have been confirmed. EAB has infested and killed ash trees in the Eagle Mountain Lake area.
Texas A&M Forest Service began investigating within
December 3, 2018
Texans can prevent the spread of oak wilt disease
COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Oak wilt is one of the most destructive tree diseases in the United States, and it has been known to kill oak trees in Central Texas at epidemic proportions. Texas A&M Forest Service urges Texans, hunters