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ISA Today - Jan 2019

ISA is Open for Business in Atlanta

Jan 28, 2019

ISA is open for business in Atlanta, Georgia. We are training new staff and representatives to ensure we continue to provide exemplary service to our members, credential holders and partners. The entire ISA team is focused on reducing any delays that may have occurred due to our annual holiday closure and operations shift. Thank you for your understanding and support.

Read and Download the 2019 ISA Product Catalog

Jan 28, 2019

Whether you are studying for ISA credentials, seeking CEUs or building your arboricultural knowledge, the 2019 ISA Catalog is your source for professional books, CDs, DVDs, and online courses. The online version is available at your fingertips day or night! Download the PDF or save the link in your Favorites folder. Share with your peers and colleagues.

ISA Election News

Jan 28, 2019

Each year, ISA holds two elections to fill the 15 Board of Director positions. The annual ISA Board of Directors CoR (Council of Representatives) election, currently underway, concludes 31 January 2019. The annual ISA General Membership election begins 16 March 2019 and closes 30 April 2019. During this election, three upcoming open seats on the ISA Board of Directors will be filled along with two upcoming open seats on the ISA Nominating and Elections Committee (NEC).

Nominate Your Peers for the 2019 ISA Awards Programs by 4 March 2019

Jan 28, 2019

The submission date for the ISA awards programs has been extended to 4 March 2019. The ISA Awards of Distinction offer nine different award categories for outstanding contributions to the arboriculture industry. The ISA True Professionals of Arboriculture recognition program honors tree care professionals who have gone above and beyond to provide educational opportunities to their employees or the public and/or implement programs within their communities to increase awareness of the arboriculture profession, the benefits of trees, and their proper care.

Got CEUs?

Jan 28, 2019

It is recertification time for many ISA credential holders, and many may be asking, “What are some cost-effective (and quick) ways to earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs)?” Here are a few suggestions:

ISA Call for Presentations Deadline Extended to 1 March 2019

Jan 28, 2019

Share your ideas, expertise and passion at the ISA Annual International Conference and Tradeshow in Knoxville Tennessee, 11-14 August 2019. ISA is seeking conference presentations that communicate the best research, knowledge and practices in the field.

Tree Fund Update

Jan 28, 2019

Read the January 2019 issue of TREE Press for leading thoughts from TREE Fund President and CEO J. Eric Smith, the volunteer spotlight on Will Nutter of Wright Tree Service, and Dr. Glynn Percival’s research article on fighting tree diseases with non-chemical compounds. Also get information on grant applications, upcoming webinars and more.

The ISA Code of Ethics

Jan 28, 2019

The ISA Code of Ethics guides and protects ISA Certified Arborists in regard to professional and ethical behavior. This is a critical distinction within the industry that supports the added level of professionalism one should expect when hiring an ISA Certified Arborist. Certified Arborists (CAs) and Board Master Certified Arborists (BCMAs), along with those who have earned various discipline-specific certifications, have agreed to be held to the ethical code of conduct and, as such, can have ethics complaints submitted against them from clients, competitors and the general public.