By Gabe Tschida
Sunday, April 7th, 2019
Urban Tree & Landscape loves helping Minneapolis property owners maintain the health of their urban forests. Part of our commitment to you and your family’s safety is keeping up with the best practices in tree pruning and tree removal. That’s why we are members of several professional organizations for arborists. Here are four more reasons to love working with Urban Tree & Landscape!
Tree Care Industry Association
As a member of the Tree Care Industry Association, Urban Tree & Landscape has access to safety training, tree care education, and other professional development that helps us provide a better experience for our customers. When you see the TCIA member logo on our website, it tells you that we’re committed to increasing professionalism, service, and safety in the tree services industry.
Association of Professional Landscape Designers
Urban Tree & Landscape is a proud member of the Minnesota chapter of the Association of Professional Landscape Designers. Through the APLD, we have access to programs that keep us up-to-date on the latest trends and developments in landscaping. We also have the opportunity to network with other landscape professionals, which helps us provide better service to our customers.
Project GreenHands is an international nonprofit organization that provides forestry education to children and the public. Donations to Project GreenHands funds this work as well as reforestation in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, which was devastated by a tsunami in 2005. Since then, more than 30 million trees have been planted in Tamil Nadu. Urban Tree & Landscape is proud to support Project GreenHands and its mission.
International Society of Arboriculture
Urban Tree & Landscape is a member of the International Society of Arboriculture. ISA is a nonprofit that promotes the economic, social, and environmental value of trees and forests. The organization offers professional development for arborists, including safe tree trimming and removal practices and the latest developments in arboriculture science. Their website treesaregood.org offers property owners with lots of information about the benefits of maintaining and caring for an urban forest.
If you want to work with a reputable arborist that’s committed to safety, best practices, and promoting the benefits of a healthy urban forest, Urban Tree & Landscape would love to help you! Contact us today for your consultation or to request a quote.