A podcast of Graeme McMahon’s presentation on the topic of “Planning for maintenance, not removals” is available on iTunes from ISA. The audio follows the presentation slides, and runs through some of the tree removals Sherbrooke Tree Service has done
The tree climbing and arboricultural conference is finished until next year! The “Trivect “and “Planning for Maintenance, not removals” presentations were well received. Graeme will be heading up to World Arbor Camp tomorrow to do some additional talks.
The material from the presentation is included below. Trivect Presentation Slides Trivect Software The program hasn’t been updated since I wrote it, normally before this kind of thing would be shared it would go through fairly vigorous bug testing. If
Congratulations to Joe Harris and Kiah Martin on their placings in this years championships! More photos to come! 2011 ITCC Masters Results: Womens Masters 1. Chrissy Spence, New Zealand: 155.67 points 2. Jessica Knott, Australia: 144.8 points 3. Kiah Martin,
This years ISA conference in Paramatta is off to a really good start, just finished watching a presentation by Paul Ries from the Oregon Department of Forestry on Social Media. Looking forward to posting a heap of new videos after
Months away from this years ISA presentation in Sydney, all is going ahead as planned. As stated earlier we’ll be presenting on Trivect rigging and “Planning for maintenance, not removals”. Trivect has generated a surprising amount of interest and dialogue.
We’ll be presenting on Trivect Rigging at the ISA Sydney 2011 conference. Details about the event can be found on the International Society of Arboriculture website. The timetable for the Trivect presentation can be found in the climbers corner.
Just got back from a fantastic morning with the guys at Jim’s Trees and Stumps. We presented some of our material on the topic of large tree removal and rigging techniques. We touched on a lot of our technical tree