Nominations are now being accepted for the Tree Warden of the Year award, to be announced at the Annual Conference on January 9, 2018. Although the nomination brochure is only mailed to “government leaders,” we welcome nominations from any Massachusetts resident. You can now complete and submit the nomination form online OR download the nomination form and complete and submit it via email or snail mail. Not sure what the award is all about? Click here for more information.
Thank you to all for your interest in this exciting new educational opportunity. The class is now filled to capacity.
Please be aware that if you did not receive a confirmation email, you are not registered. We regret that we cannot accommodate any more students at this time.
The new Qualified Tree Warden training course will cover what tree wardens need to know to do their jobs, no matter what the size of the community. Sharpen your skills, expand your knowledge, and learn from your colleagues as well as the instructors. Here’s how to register online. The course size will be limited. For more information, visit this page on our website.
Coming up on September 26th, the fall meeting of the Western Mass Tree Wardens at Northampton’s Bluebonnet Diner will feature perennial favorite Ken Gooch of Mass. DCR and news from the City of Northampton about how its tree program is making progress and getting things done. Register online here, or use the paper brochure in the mail, or download the brochure here.
Come for the dinner meeting at the Bluebonnet Diner in Northampton on June 20th to hear Nick Brazee from UMass Extension on the latest on forest health conditions in Massachusetts, and Dan Mayer describing how he has grown Mayer Tree Service with his investment in cutting edge tree care equipment and strong commitment to company safety. Register now to reserve your place. Registration closes on June 15th. ISA and MCA-MCLP credits have been requested.