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Working Within the Canopy: TCIA’s Initiatives for Women in Tree Care

According to the Tree Care Industry Association’s (TCIA) website: “While the tree care industry is predominantly male, the gender dynamic is changing.” They credit the shift to advances in equipment and techniques that have made arboriculture an accessible career path for everyone. As a company that believes in working smarter, not harder, Cumberland Valley Tree …

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CVTS-L’s Aaron Feather Talks About the Importance of a Good Anchor in “TCI Magazine”

Aaron Feather, Safety and Training Director here at Cumberland Valley Tree Service – Landscaping, has published an article in the August edition of “TCI Magazine” that informs (and reminds) arborists about the importance of proper base anchoring in stationary rope systems (SRS). “TCI Magazine” is the official publication of the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA), …

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CVTS-L Safety Director Demonstrates an Advanced SRS Climbing Technique in “Tree Care Industry Magazine” / Safety Meetings Go Digital

CVTS-L Safety Director Aaron Feather, CTSP noticed that there was an abundance of information online and at industry conventions to help new arborists get started. This makes sense because beginners make up the largest and broadest audience, and they need the most information. After all, everyone needs the fundamentals. But as arborists advance and gain …

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The NEXT 40 Years – Maintaining a Culture of Investment (and RE-investment)

Because 2018 marks the fortieth anniversary of Cumberland Valley Tree Service – Landscaping, we’ve posted a series of articles outlining our history. The first post was about safety because, well, safety is always first, and then we went back and acknowledged the people who gave us a leg up when we needed it and challenged …

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