If you're looking to work on trees in Texas, the most respected and sought after credential is an ISA arborist certification. To get the tools and knowledge you need to pass the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) certified arborist exam, you can access the Texas Certification Exam Tree Master Lists in PDF format. Additionally, the Texas Forest Service has a Tree Identification Website and Presentation of Tree Identification Slides from the Texas Forest Service in PDF format (1.6 M). For those looking to expand their arborist certification to include the management of trees on public property, there is also a municipal arborist specialist credential.
Are you looking for a qualified arborist in Texas? Use this step-by-step guide to find an ISA-certified arborist who can provide quality tree care services.
Learn about the essential safety measures Texas arborists must take when working on trees to ensure their safety and the safety of those around them.
Learn about the equipment used by certified Texas arborists for safe and efficient tree trimming. Find out why it's important to work with a certified arborist when dealing with oak wilting.
It is essential to inspect trees regularly to ensure that they remain healthy and strong. Learn how often you should have your trees inspected by a certified arborist.