ASM Day of Service

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 1/30/2015 to Climbing News
ASM Service Day

This was the first time I really got involved with the industry and it was at a volunteer work day. We were working at a War Dog Memorial where dogs that had served in previous wars had been buried. Once we arrived we noticed that there were two other tree care companies there as well. This always brings about a fair bit of friendly competition in my opinion and all the bells and whistles are sure to be pulled out! CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

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We're Hosting An Open House

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 1/25/2015 to Tree Climbing Gear
We're Hosting An Open House
Open House

Come hang out with us on March 13th and 14th 2015!!! Join us for demos on different rigging techniques like speed lines, drift lines, blocks, and lowering devices. Rigging is more than just gravity as we you all know from our previous posts about physics and redirecting the forces. We will show how these forces actually play out with ropes, saws, and trees. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

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Work Hard Stay Humble

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 1/17/2015 to Tree Climbing Gear
Billys Tree Service Lexington Michigan

Work Hard Stay Humble is a new slogan we’ve been using at Bartlett Arborist Supply. We feel it is more of an ethic to work and live by than a slogan though. Our company is built around working hard, staying humble, and remembering where we came from. We started as climbers before working at Bartlett Arborist Supply and we still climb to this day.

We started the ‘Work Hard, Stay Humble’ video series to recognize companies that are out there working hard everyday. The first segment covers Billy’s Tree Removal out of Lexington, Michigan.CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO!

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Involvement In The Industry

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 1/12/2015 to Tree Climbing Gear
Involvement In The Arborculture Community

Many times the question has been raised about how a climber can get more involved in the arboriculture industry whether it be for more exposure personally or just more exposure within the community. The answer is always the same... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE!

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