SAVE THE DATE 2019 ANNUAL CONFERENCE & TRADESHOW

October 6-8, 2019 - Springfield Sheraton

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Arborist Technical Rigging and Chainsaw Safety Certificate Course

The New England Chapter ISA is proud to be partnering to Vermeer Northeast to offer a great day of training! The 1/2-day Technical Rigging module will provide skilled tree workers with the information they need to set up complex rigging systems. The 1/2-day Chainsaw Safety module will rotate participants through a series of chainsaw safety stations. Participants will receive a certification of completion $100 member, $135 non-member. 7 CEU's.

Southern Maine Community College

Brunswick, ME

New England ISA Annual Conference & Trade Show

Please join us for the New England Chapter ISA Annual Conference & Trade Show in the heart of New England at the Sheraton Springfield in Springfield, Massachusetts. Gary Johnson will be this year's Key Note Speaker. Pre-conference workshops feature iTree, a tree tour, and climbing with Mark Chisholm. Network, Earn CEUs and Pesticide Credits.

Sheraton Springfield

Springfield, MA

Become a Member

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

New England Chapter ISA Tree Climbing Championship

On June 1, 2019, over one-hundred tree care professionals descended upon the Masonic Youth Center in Warwick, Rhode Island for the 30th Annual New England Tree Climbing Championship!

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

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

UMASS Arboriculture & Urban Forestry Take First Place

The University of Massachusetts, Amherst Arboriculture and Urban Forestry competed at the 43rd Annual National Collegiate Landscape Competition and took first place in Arboriculture Techniques! Read on for details on the competition.