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PUBLIC POLICY & ADVOCACY

TCIA’s mission as a trade association is to advance tree care businesses.

“Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful part of us.”

One of the primary ways to protect and advance the industry is by influencing public policy in a direction favorable for our members.

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What is VFT-PAC?

What is VFT-PAC?

The Voice for Trees Political Action Committee (VFT-PAC) is the Tree Care Industry Association’s political advocacy voice for the tree care industry.

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Issues

Issues

We know there are many issues facing tree care companies in the United States today. TCIA’s team advocates to look out for our members and advance our industry.

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Legislative Day on the Hill

Legislative Day on the Hill

Making our voices heard through grassroots efforts in the states and through direct action by TCIA’s lobbyists, staff, and members, your industry’s trade association works to promote the interests of commercial and utility arboriculture.

Learn more about Legislative Day

Get Involved

Get Involved

No one knows tree care better than you – so make your voice heard!

How to get Involved

OSHA Standard

OSHA Standard

Tree Care Workers Need a Safety Standard

Learn about an OSHA Standard

Latest News

Latest News

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Social Media

Social Media

Exit Strategies, Part 2: Keeping It in the Family
"Choosing the best successor is the ...owner’s most important role as a business leader. It is never too early to start thinking about succession planning."

This article in the June issue of TCI Magazine discusses the timing, structure, valuation, and most importantly the relationships involved with an important exit strategy for your business.

Photo: Tom (left) and David Golon are working on what the future of their business will look like. David grew up working in the family business in a variety of roles that changed over time. Photo courtesy of Tom Golon.
Photo inset: August Hoppe, current president of Hoppe Tree Service, grew up in the family business. Here, his dad, Dean Hoppe, conducts business while August patiently waits to speak with his father. Photo courtesy of August Hoppe.

To read the full article visit tcimag.tcia.org or go to the link in our bio

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This article in the June issue of TCI Magazine discusses the timing, structure, valuation, and ...most importantly the relationships involved with an important exit strategy for your business.
http://tcimag.tcia.org

#tcia #treecareindustry #tcimagazine

Registration opens July 13 for the world's largest tree care conference and trade show this ...November!

We're pulling it all together! Some highlights:
• Trade Show with 240+ Exhibitors on TWO Show Floors
• 6 Full and Half-Day Pre-Conference Workshops on Wed.
• 39 Sessions Thurs. - Sat. (with the All-Access Pass)
• 10 Live Tree Demos | 7 Trainer’s Labs | Skills Arena
• TCI EXPOClimb | ISA Climbing Competition | Student Career Day
• Happy Hour | Welcome Reception | TCI Block Party
• Digital Access to earn even more CEUs! (with the All-Access Pass)

Registration goes live, Wednesday, July 13 - mark your calendars!
expo.tcia.org

Registration opens July 13 for the world's largest tree care conference and trade show this ...November!

http://expo.tcia.org

#tciexpo2022 #tciexpo22 #treecareindustry #tcia

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The Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) is a trade association of 2,300 tree care firms and affiliated companies worldwide and was established in 1938 as the National Arborist Association.

Our mission is to advance tree care businesses. TCIA develops safety and education programs, standards of tree care practice and management information for tree and landscape firms around the world. We provide continuing education, training, conferences and publications to promote the safe and appropriate practice of tree care.

Since 1938, TCIA has been working to elevate the standards of commercial and utility tree care. TCIA supports, promotes and educates our members so that they may be more successful in their activities and the environment in which we live will be significantly improved.

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