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CTPA Activities and Events
CT Tree Climbing Competition
Summer Meeting Exhibit Area
Oscar P Stone Fund
The McClure Fund
Arbor Day Poster Contest
Arborist Insect Collection
Invasive Insects and Diseases
Non-Native Pest Alerts
Sudden Oak Death
Tree Owner's Manual
Becoming an Arborist
What is the CTPA?
Hire an Arborist
Code of Safety
Articles and Press Releases
Arborist Flyer in English
Arborist Flyer in Spanish
Report Unlicensed Tree Work
Becoming a Member
(Directory may be used to search for arborists in your local area)
Welcome - Friends and Visitors to CTPA
The Winter 2014 Class is now Open for Registration
Download the Course Flyer
Emerald Ash Borer Now
Found in Connecticut:
Firewood Regulations (DEEP Web Page)
The Latest Updates from the CT Agricultural Experiment Station
The CT DEEP EAB Web Site
Information for CTPA members on Identifying EAB
Two Articles on EAB from TCIA magazine
Guide to Treatment Options for EAB
Workshops Held on Emerald Ash Borer in Connecticut
Pictures from September 6 in Prospect
Power Point Presentations from September 18 in New Haven
The Federal Perspective (Eric Chamberlain, APHIS)
The State Perspective (Dr. Kirby Stafford, CAES)
Tree Preservation (Dr. Richard Cowles, CAES)
Winning Posters for Arbor Day Announced
See the Posters and the List of Winners
This Poster Contest is Open to Fifth Grade Students Throughout Connecticut
Hire an Arborist and Avoid Liability
Read the new CTPA Press Release on the Articles and Press Release Page
See who are the latest CTPA Allied Members.
Letter to Potential
Tree Care Customers
Members who are licensed arborists should feel free to distribute this letter to potential customers
Safety Resources Page
A list of various resources to assist with safety and safe practices in tree care (includes the OSHA/TCIA Tree Care Industry link, the OSHA "Quick Start" Compliance Assistance link, as mentioned at CTPA's Annual Meeting, and discussions of the Accident Case Studies)
Details on the Dr. Mark S. McClure Research Fund
Congratulations and Thanks to all who contributed!
At the Annual Meeting, we did reach our goal of $100,000.
Continued donations will help the fund continue to grow.
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