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The Bore-ing Back-cut… The Bore-ing Back-cut… by Tim Ard, Forest Applications Training, Inc.     Once you have completed the first four areas of information on your felling plan it is time to choose a back cut to fall the tree. You may choose to simply start from the back of the tree and cut …

Be Safe. Get Chipsafe. Here is what people have been saying: “This device will stop the infeed if you put your hand or foot in the infeed chute past the safety plane. It is easily restarted if you do trip it, virtually not losing any productivity, and most importantly, keeping the operator safe“ — Jeff …

To Splice or Not to Splice?                                                 SRT & Non-Spliced Climbing Lines Marlow Ropes’ range of CE certified and ANSI compliant climbing, rigging and accessory lines are field proven and trusted by …

NEW JERSEY ARBORISTS INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF  ARBORICULTURE   PRESENTS THE 2018 TREE Fund Golf Outing PEBBLE CREEK COUNTRY CLUB 40 Route 537 East, Colts Neck Tuesday, October 2, 2018 Registration& Breakfast 7:30 – 8:40 am / Lunch 2:30 pm Shotgun starts at 9:15 am! SEE THE ATTACHED REGISTRATION INFORMATION TO SIGN UP AND SPONSOR THE …

Arborjet “Taking Root” College Scholarship Program Deadline Approaches Applications Must Be Submitted by June 30, 2018   Arborjet Inc., a revolutionary plant health care company, reminds graduating high school seniors that the deadline for its “Taking Root” College Scholarship Program is right around the corner, and all applications must be submitted by June 30, 2018. …

Working with Trees: 3 Proper Safety Tips to Avoid Injuries Image Source: Pexels.com Working with trees is certainly not a profession without its dangers. And while lumberjacks might have it easier, arborists are certainly put through a lot more professionally speaking. Not only do they face the same hazards, but then there’s the added risk …

We kindly ask that you take time to review the incident(s) below and consider using it as a basis for, or incorporation into, a tailgate safety meeting. You may also consider posting the notice in your shop. It is our hope that you will take some action with this notice as you deem appropriate for …