This photo shows a simulated aerial rescue by staff of the Elmsford, NY office, just a portion of the tree safety training performed by Bartlett Tree Experts on a regular
Certifications and Training
To be an arborist one must establish a basic level of experience and comprehension in the field of tree care. The International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) is the organization that
The Bartlett Tree Research Lab staff recently welcomed the newest crop of Arborist Representatives for technical training that included four information- and demonstration-packed days and nights.
Each year, high performing college football players are recognized for what they do on the field by being selected to the All-America team. At Bartlett, we have a similar program
At Bartlett, one of our core values is leadership in the tree care industry. Participating in tree climbing competitions helps us demonstrate this leadership status while also translating into real-world
This past August I had the opportunity to attend the International Society of Arboriculture annual conference in Milwaukee, WI. This is one of the few times throughout the year where
Bartlett’s New York arborists at a chainsaw-safety training workshop at our Elmsford office.
Every year, the Bartlett Tree Research Laboratories hosts many universities and colleges at the lab to participate in what are known as Field Days. What is a Field Day? It’s
Fort Worth, Texas Despite heavy rain, hail, and lightning shutting down operations for 17 hours, the Texas Tree Climbing Championship resumed early Saturday morning, May 21st. Of course, Bartlett Tree Experts
Michael Gorham and I, both of Baldwinsville, and Jason Pieklik, of Syracuse, have recently become Board-Certified Master Arborists after passing an extensive examination administered by the International Society of Arboriculture
Tree fertilization and soil care in autumn dramatically improve growing conditions for your trees and shrubs. In fact, you might be surprised to learn that
Why is the collaboration between a landscape architect and a Certified Arborist essential? The collaboration between a landscape architect and a Bartlett arborist brings together
Beech leaf disease (BLD) is an emerging disease caused by a nematode, or microscopic worm. We often don’t think of our trees as getting “sick.”