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Massachusetts Certified Arborist Designation (MCA): This is perhaps one of the most difficult designations to achieve within the Green Industry. Even industry veterans are prone to fail this exam, due to its extremely rigorous examination of the Arborist candidate's knowledge of all aspects of tree care. In a period of 55 years, less than 900 professionals have earned the right to use the designation of MCA after their name, which is used like other designations, i.e. RN, LPN, PhD, to indicated professional standing.
Massachusetts Certified Arborists must not only show proficiency in all aspects of tree care, but must also maintain their certification on an annual basis, obtaining 5 re-certification credits every year. A college course in Arboriculture, for example, only merits a single re-certification credit.
Thus, the designation MCA is more than a title; it is a symbol of dedication and commitment to the best practices and the most recent advances in the field of arboriculture.
The Massachusetts Arborists Association (MAA) is an organization of tree care professionals, largely comprised of arborists and industry allies from Massachusetts, although there are members from other states as well. The objective of the Massachusetts Arborists Association is to further the practice of professional tree care within Massachusetts and also across the nation. Members of the Mass Arborists Association pledge to promote the best practices in arboriculture on a daily basis, upholding prefessional standards and seeking to educate customers and inform them appropriately about issues relating to tree care. With offices in the Boston area, they maintain a commitment to advancing the interests of tree services and their clients.
The Massachusetts Association of Landscape Professionals (MALP) is a non-profit trade organization that seeks to advance the Green Industry in Massachusetts. Its membership includes landscape management contractors, design/build installation contractors, lawn care professionals and other allied green industry professionals. For more than 30 years, MLP has elevated the professional standards and business success of its members through education, certification, advocacy and networking.
The Coalition for Better Landscaping (CBL) is a union of Green Industry Professionals willing to take action to fight harmful landscape practices that are damaging existing green infrastructure and that will negatively affect yet-to-be-built landscapes. Some areas of concern for the Coalition include tree planting and pruning practices. The CBL is dedicated to a greener future for everyone.
The Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) is a leader in the arboricultural field, bringing safer workplace operations and higher quality standards to member tree services everywhere. TCIA works hard to bring arborists home safely every day, in a field where fatalities are all too common. For more than 70 years, the TCIA has been striving for excellence in arboriculture and continually fostering professional development of arborists across the nation.
The Association of Professional Landscape Designers (APLD) is an organization dedicated to the promotion of good design and the advancement of the field of professional landscape design. Since 1989, the APLD has been working to make a difference in a field that makes such a tremendous difference in the daily lives of every individual. Every park, every green corridor started with a landscape designer, and APLD is dedicated to promoting good design.
The New England Landscape Design and History Association (NELDHA) is in independent, non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the education of landscape designers, landscape historians, landscape preservationists and conservationists. NELDHA is dedicated to the promotion of these professions and committed to advancing the cause of landscape design, landscape history, conservation, preservation and land stewardship.
The Professional Grounds Management Society (PGMS), established in 1911, is one of the oldest professional groundskeeping societies in America. Professional development and green industry education of the individual are at the core of the PGMS. Members care for important landscape landmarks (such as the Vanderbilt estate) across the United States and around the world.
You will find PGMS members managing the landscapes of colleges and universities, municipalities, town and city parks, office parks, hotels and motels, theme parks, apartment complexes and condos.
The Winchester Chamber of Commerce, a not-for-profit organization, has been encouraging economic development in beautiful Winchester, Massachusetts since 1968. The Winchester Chamber has been influential in the economic development of Winchester, and has helped make Winchester a place where pleasure and commerce go in hand. We are extremely pleased that our landscape services company is a member of the Winchester Chamber.
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