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TREE Press February 2023

If in doubt, take a smaller piece By Dr. Brian Kane, ISA Certified Arborist Massachusetts Arborists Association Professor University of Massachusetts- Amherst Rigging is one of the most hazardous tasks a climbing arborist does. It involves working aloft, cutting with a chainsaw, and large pieces of...

Message from the Iowa Big Tree Field Representative

February 2, 2023 I can remember being impressed with some of the large trees in my neighborhood when I was quite young but it wasn’t until I was in perhaps 5th grade that I saw really big trees for the first time. After school, my friend John and I liked to go exploring along the Des Moines River...

President’s Message: From Stephen Carlson January 2023

Hi Tree People! I’m full of gratitude for the honor of serving the Iowa Arborist Association in the role of President. The experience has exceeded my expectations in the best ways. If you’ve ever considered getting more involved in IAA you should definitely do that this year. Remember that voting is...

Tree FUND | Tour des Trees 2022: I Wanna Iowa!

By: Mike Cimprich, NE Representative, Iowa Arborist Association   I have been a cyclist at some level or another my entire life.  Whether I was riding to school, down the street to a friends’ or across town to the local swimming pool that had a high-dive board.  More recently in my adult life...

Wood Decay Fungi – Book Review

Wood Decay Fungi Common to the Northeast and Central United States, 2nd Edition Christopher J. Luley, Ph.D (August 2022) and available now at the ISA book store. ISBN 978-0-9767129-3-0 Most arborists may recognize the name Christopher Luley, after all, he has been a regular contributor to both Tree...

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