2020 Conference: Coming Up Quickly

The 2020 annual conference is just around the corner, extra-extra early this year, on January 7-8. You can register online here (except students) or use the paper registration form available for download below. Online registration – and early-bird rates – will close on January 4. If you miss the January 4 deadline, you can still register at the conference center but at higher, on-site rates. It makes sense to save $25 now with an early registration!

Not sure if you want to register, or need more information about CEUs, the agenda, speakers and exhibitors? Peruse the program in the 2020 registration brochure above and learn all about it. Hope to see you in Sturbridge!

Exhibitor Registration Now Open

The 2020 conference is really early this year, January 7-8. It will be here before we know it, so register your company now for a booth in the exhibit hall and plan to connect with your customers to start the new year off right. Last year we experienced record attendee registration, and the booths sold out early. Reserve your spot soon!

Register now to become a qualified tree warden

Registration is now open for the second Massachusetts Qualified Tree Warden training course, to begin in September 2019 and wrap up in November. The six-module course, held every other year, is designed to educate tree wardens about what they need to know to fulfill their duties. Those who successfully complete the course receive the Massachusetts Qualified Tree Warden (MQTW) designation and certificate of achievement.  Here is a list of frequently asked questions. Please email us for further information.  Click here for a session-by-session course outline.
If you prefer to register by paper: brochures will be mailed soon, or you can download and print the registration brochure below.

Western Mass. Summer Meeting: register by Thursday, June 6!

The Summer Dinner Meeting of the Western Massachusetts Tree Wardens will feature two great speakers. Ken Gooch from the DCR Forest Health Program will give us updates on the latest forest health conditions to know and watch for, including gypsy moth, emerald ash borer, spotted lanternfly and more. Our second featured speaker will be Russell Holman of Arborway Tree Care, explaining safe work practices for arborists and how safety can save time, money and lives. Register online and don’t miss this one – this will be the last official appearance for Ken before he retires!!

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