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Mark Chisholm, climbing demo, Manchester NH
Student Scholarship Winner, Ben Holden
Michael Dirr, author of Manual of Woody Landscape Plants
WORKSHOPS
Women's Climbing Workshop - 2009 by Julie Mcintosh Shapiro
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NEW ENGLAND CHAPTER
ISA
NEC-ISA
P.O. Box 435
Norwell, MA 02061
Phone: 978-844-0441
New England Chapter
International Society of Arboriculture
Fids & Fibers Workshop Materials
Mark Przekurat - Instructor of the Fids & Fibers Splicing Workshop
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Workshop Dates
Workshop Title
Septermber 28, 2014

Time:
9-12pm

Location: Burlington, VT

REGISTRATION
Pruning Trees, Shrubs & Vines
Join Jen Kettell in a 3-hour lecture and demonstration where she will instruct
participants in the proper pruning techniques for ornamental trees, shrubs, and (the
often forgotten!) woody vines. Participants will learn about pruning objectives,
appropriate tools and PPE for pruning, tree biology, pruning techniques, and where
to seek additional resources.
Septermber 28, 2014

Time:
8-4:30pm

Location: Burlington, VT

REGISTRATION
EHAP

Electricity is a serious and widespread hazard to arborists. In fact, electricity causes
about 30 percent of all fatalities in the tree care industry, making it the leading
cause of worker fatalities.

Since even a street lamp circuit or phone line can be energized with enough voltage
to kill, almost all arborists in the field have at least some exposure to this hazard. In
fact, workers don't even have to touch a wire to be electrocuted - about half of all
electrocution fatalities are the result of indirect contact. Tree branches and other
conductive objects are an ever-present threat for the industry.

All arborists must be trained to recognize and avoid these electrical hazards.  
Qualified line-clearance arborists must have additional knowledge about electrical
hazards and the special techniques used to work safely near electrical conductors.

Register Early.  Attendance limited.

Instructor: Sam Kezar
October 3-5, 2014
Hosted By: New England
Chapter

Location: Harvard Forest
Petersham, MA
Womens Tree Climbing Workshop Logo - by Alexandra Julius
6th Annual Women's Tree Climbing Workshop
Level 2 - Advance your skills
More information, registration and details to come!
5th Annual Women's Tree Climbing Workshop
September 20-22, 2013
Thank you a terrific workshop!
Please visit our Facebook page to see workshop photos!

Thank you Sponsors!
Womens Tree Climbing Workshop Logo - by Alexandra Julius
Thank you to our Sponsors!!
Yale Cordage's Splicing Workshop
October 4-5, 2013
Thank you for attending and making it a great workshop.
Everyone passed their DE (Double Esterlon) double braid splice!
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Group photo of lunch - mmmmm
Kieran Yaple - Happy with first splice!
Thank you Sponsors!
Yale Cordage
New England ISA
Lucas Tree
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Fids & Fibers Splicing Workshop 2014

To see lots of photos and more please visit
Renaissance Acres Facebook Page

Thank you Sponsors!
NEC-ISA
Renaissance Acres Tree Care
Richard Sleight - Plymkraft/Columbian
Lars Andersen - Teufelberger/New England Rope
Jim Cass - Samson Rope
George Mellick - Shelter Tree
Luke & Nick - TreeStuff
Alan Precup - ClimbABR