TAG: Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA)

SavATree merges with St. Croix Tree Service

February 19, 2014By

SavATree is bringing St. Croix Tree Service under its “canopy of services” via a merger with the company. With more than 25 years in the tree and lawn care industry, SavATree has locations in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Midwest states. Founded in 1974, St. Croix Tree Service is based out of Roberts, Wis., and Hopkins, Minn. Both companies hold accreditation... read more

Bartlett adds Los Angeles location, acquires Finch Tree

November 18, 2013By

With the acquisition of Finch Tree Surgery, Bartlett Tree Experts, headquartered in Stamford, Conn., fueled its California expansion to include the Los Angeles metro area. Located in San Gabriel, Finch Tree is Bartlett’s seventh operation in the state—it also has offices in the Bay Area and Santa Barbara. “Finch Tree is known for exceptional pruning work,” said James Ingram, Bartlett... read more

Bartlett Tree Experts expands to Oregon

July 29, 2013By

Bartlett Tree Experts, Stamford, Conn.-based scientific tree and shrub care company, has acquired Collier Arbor Care, a Tree Care Industry Association accredited company serving the Portland area out of Clackamas, Ore. since 1937. This is the company’s first office in Oregon, making it the 27th U.S. state that Bartlett serves. “Working with Collier Arbor Care is the best possible way... read more

TCIA: Early fall color could be sign of tree distress

August 30, 2012By
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LONDONDERRY, NH—In many parts of North America, people will soon enjoy one of nature’s finest shows: fall foliage. Color-changing leaves make for a beautiful display, but early changes in leaf-color can be a sign that your tree is stressed and is susceptible to insect and disease attack. “Premature colors can be an indication that a tree isn’t vigorous enough to... read more

TCIA advises how to keep deer-free landscapes

January 23, 2012By

Deer damage to ornamental plants is an increasing problem. Deer populations in neighborhoods have grown rapidly due to abandoned farms, hunting restrictions and suburban sprawl. And they are dining on expensive suburban landscapes – especially in areas with heavy snowfall in the woods. In those areas, front and backyard plantings can serve as easy winter forage. “Deer are selective feeders... read more