ISA Michigan partners with MSU on a new training program this spring. Tree Work 101: Getting Started in Arboriculture is a 10 day introductory short course teaching tree care skills focused on three key areas: ground worker, climbing and aerial lift and rescue.
Lead instructors include ISA Michigan members, James Son (Asplundh) and David Vincent (Quality Tree Service West Michigan).
Register today at the link below. The Course will be held at Muskegon Community College over 5 weekends between April and May. Class size is limited. https://www.canr.msu.edu/.../arboriculture-short-course
This program is made possible through a grant from the Michigan DNR Urban and Community Forestry Program, which is supported by the USDA Forest Service, State and Private Forestry. Michigan DNR and USFS are equal opportunity employers and providers. Generous support for this program has also been given by Midwest Arborist Supplies, Quality Tree Service, Daisy Tree, Asplundh and Bryan Equipment.