2016 International Arborists Conference from ISA

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International Arborists Conference
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John Sulzbach of Killingworth, CT, spent several years as the plant manager for Astroseal Products prior to founding his own arboriculture company, Proper Tree. As a professional arborist in Killingworth, John Sulzbach holds state certification as well as belonging to professional organizations such as the ISA.

The International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) will host its annual International Conference and Trade Show on August 13-17, 2016, in Fort Worth, Texas. Every year, this event provides professional arborists with the opportunity to attend a variety of educational sessions and network with their peers.

As the world’s top arboriculture event, the ISA International Conference and Trade Show draws on the expertise of experienced educators and researchers to offer cutting-edge learning opportunities and serve as a forum for innovative ideas. The educational sessions offer the potential for gaining as many as 16 continuing education units (CEUs). They include Tree Academy Workshops such as the Fort Worth Tree Disease Tour, taught by David Appel and a three-day workshop on Exploring Tree Anatomy, taught by Mark Hartley.

For additional information or to register for the conference, visit www.isa-arbor.com.

International Society of Arboriculture‚Äôs Annual Conference

Killingworth, CT, resident John Sulzbach currently serves as a plant manager for Astroseal Products. Outside of his current position, John Sulzbach is a member of the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA), an organization dedicated to serving arborists and promoting the benefit of trees worldwide.

ISA hosts an Annual Conference and Trade Show where arborists from around the globe can discuss new research, technology trends, and innovative methods of tree care. As a hub for professional exchange, the annual conference includes educational sessions with industry leaders serving as the keynote speakers. The three-day tradeshow also provides ample time for networking.

To encourage public participation, the event features events like the Arbor Fair, which offers free, entertaining tree care activities. The conference also presents professional tree climbers as they compete in the ISA International Tree Climbing Championship. In five exciting rounds, competitors demonstrate how to safely climb and maneuver in a tree while quickly accomplishing tree maintenance tasks.