Tree Care Industry Association founded in 1938, formerly the National Arborist Association, is a US public and professional resource organization on trees and arboriculture.
Trees provide the very necessities of life itself. They clean our air, protect our drinking water, create healthy communities, and feed the human soul. But these life necessities are threatened around the globe. Together we can create change through trees.
Since it's founding in 1964, the Wisconsin Arborist Association has been dedicated to our mission of "Improving the understanding of trees and the practice of arboriculture".
TreesAreGood.org is an educational website providing homeowners and other tree owners with reliable information regarding the benefits of trees and how to properly care for trees in an urban environment produced by the International Society of Arborculture.
Wisconsin's Plant Disease Diagnostics Clinic by the University of Wisconsin. A resource in tree diseases testing and diagnosis. Check out the video on Dutch Elm Disease.
In short, My Wisconsin Woods is about landowner convenience, timely information, and building your confidence to “do the right thing” – both for you and your woods.