ANSI A300

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ANSI A300 is the tree care industry standard of care in the USA. It was developed by Tree Care Industry Association and maintained by consensus of various industry stakeholders through periodically reviewing and updating the guidelines. The standard is divided into ten parts:[1]

A proposed A300 Part 11, Urban Forest Products, was not adopted because it was deemed to be outside the scope of tree care management standards.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "TCIA - A300 Standards". www.tcia.org.
  2. ^ "A300 Part 11 Urban Forest Products Status". www.tcia.org.