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Calendar & Events

Municipal Forestry Institute

The Municipal Forestry Institute is an exciting, high‐level training opportunity educating people in the leadership and
managerial aspects of urban forestry. Registration deadline: December 1.

Wisdom House Retreat and Conference Center

Litchfield, CT

i-Tree Webcast: i-Tree Applications (Free)

i-Tree webinar: i-Tree Applications

online, MA

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A New England ISA membership provides you with access to a dynamic community of professionals in arboriculture and the industry’s leading edge innovations and technologies.  You will enjoy discounts on programs, products, and certifications. Invest in yourself.  Support arboriculture in New England. Become a member today!

Recent News

Seeking nominations for the Dr. H. Dennis P. Ryan III Award

August 31 is the deadline for nominations for the Chapter's highest award.


By Mollie Freilicher, with input from Dr. Dennis Ryan

Arborists are often working in all seasons and in many types of weather. Each season has its challenges. One of the biggest challenges in winter is – not surprisingly—the cold. Make sure that you and your crews are staying warm enough to work safely and comfortably. Some things to consider:


A Student’s Internship Experience in the Tree Care Industry
By Megan Kacenski, student, and Rick Harper, Professor – UMASS