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2015 ISA Prairie Chapter Conference

October 19 & 20 2015 Download PDF Information / Forms



2014 ISA Prairie Chapter Conference

2014 ISA Prairie Chapter Conference TCU Place 35 – 22nd Street East Saskatoon, Saskatchewan October 27, 28 2014 8:00am – 5:00pm Download Tradeshow Sponsorship Pack



TRAQ Workshops

The ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (TRAQ) program provides an opportunity for professionals in the arboriculture industry to expand their knowledge through education and training in the fundamentals of tree risk assessment. This qualification promotes the safety of people and … Continue reading



TCC Scores

2014 TCC Scores 2014-TCC-Women’s-Scores 2014-TCC-Mens-scores 2013 TCC Scores 2013-TCC-Women’s-scores 2013-TCC-Mens-scores



2014 TCC – Thanks to our sponsors

Thank You to all of our 2014 TCC Sponsors   City of Saskatoon – Michelle Chartier and the Urban Forestry Crew Arbour Crest – Robin Adair GreenDrop – Matt Vinet Adair Tree Care – Matt Davis B&B Tree Service- The … Continue reading



2014 Prairie Chapter Conference “The Roots of Success”

2014 Prairie Chapter Conference “Up By Roots” will be held in Saskatoon October 27 and 28th. James Urban is the keynote speaker. Check this website for updates. View the Conference Sponsorship & Tradeshow Registration form here.



2014 Prairie Chapter Tree Climbing Competition

2014 Prairie Chapter Tree Climbing Competition. August 22, 23, 24 Ashworth Holmes Park in Saskatoon. Check this website for updates. Please review the 2014 TCC Sponsorship Opportunity.



Tree Risk Assessment Qualification

Edmonton TRAQ registration is full. Check this link for upcoming TRAQ workshops in the Prairie Chapter. No other TRAQ Workshops are scheduled at this time.



James Urban is the Keynote Speaker at the 2014 Conference in Saskatoon October 27,28

Don’t miss this opportunity If you are unfamiliar with James Urban, check out this link



The International Society of Arboriculture “Day of Service”

Elmwood CemeterySeptember 28, 2013 10 AM – 4 PM Elmwood Cemetery, located in east Winnipeg on the banks of the Red River is blessed with an abundance of beautiful mature trees. Approximately 1200 of these trees are American Elms. Unfortunately, … Continue reading