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MCA 9 years 10 months ago #131527

Mass Certified Arborist. www.massarbor.org/certification/index.html
Its given me the idea for GCA.(Georgia Certified Arborist)
What do yall think.?
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Re:Georgia certified Anything. 9 years 9 months ago #131544

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Would not touch that topic with a ten foot pole here.!:laugh:
You may discuss that at the \"Arborist\" Site: wwww.treebuzz.com
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Re:MCA 9 years 9 months ago #131553

GCA - that is already a group - Georgia Canoe Association . . . . .

have boat will climb trees - NOPE
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Re:MCA 9 years 9 months ago #131579

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xtremetrees wrote:
Mass Certified Arborist. www.massarbor.org/certification/index.html
Its given me the idea for GCA.(Georgia Certified Arborist)
What do yall think.?

You should talk to Treeman about it, he's very active in the Georgia arborist scene. Maybe repost in the Tree Work forum. It seems the ISA doesn't like the state-based arborist certifications very much, tends to conflict with their \"C.A.\" brand. The funny thing is, the MCA pre-dates the ISA and from what I understand the MCA is a more difficult exam than the ISA CA exam.

I guess the question is, is there a need for a Georgia arborist certification? Anyway, maybe the Tree Work section is the place to talk about it.
-moss
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