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How do I find information about tree care?

A: You may obtain additional information from your local ISA Certified Arborist, tree care professional, garden center, community forester, etc. by referring to your local yellow pages or visiting this site for a wide-range of tree-related topics.

News

National Register of Big Trees
Big trees are symbols of all the good work trees do for the quality of the environment-and our quality of life. MORE >>

NADF Hardiness Zone Map
Find out the right tree to plant where you live MORE >>

Don't Move Firewood!

Camping Season is fast approaching. Please remember to not transport firewood. Tree-killing insects and diseases can lurk in firewood. These insects and diseases can't move far on their own, but when people move firewood they can jump hundreds of miles. New infestations destroy our forests, property values, and cost huge sums of money to control. MORE >>

National Tree Benefits Calculator
Make a simple estimation of the benefits individual street-side trees provide. With inputs of location, species and tree size, users will get an understanding of the environmental and economic value trees provide on an annual basis. For more detailed information on urban and community forest assessments, visit the i-Tree website. MORE >>

What is an Arborist and How Can You Find One?
From Planet Green a Discovery Company MORE >>


"The best time to plant a tree is twenty years ago. The second best time is now."

Resources

Consumer Education Brochures Available from ISA

Each title sold in packets of 100 for $15.95. Visit the ISA web store

Top 10 Myths of Tree Care
Should you prune your trees in the Spring? How deep must fertilizer be applied to reach the roots of your trees? Which species of trees should be topped to keep them from falling on your house? MORE >>

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