The Haupt Tree Company is proud to be a member of and certified by some of the industry's leading organizations and associations.
Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA)
The Haupt Tree Company is accredited by the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) under a program built on the threefold foundation of ethics, quality, and consumer confidence. TCIA Accreditation means The Haupt Tree Company adheres to all the accreditation standards and has undergone a rigorous application process. TCIA verified this by conducting an on-site audit of The Haupt Tree Company.
International Society of Arboriculture (ISA)
The International Society of Arboriculture, through research, technology, and education, promotes the professional practice of arboriculture and fosters a greater worldwide awareness of the benefits of trees. The Haupt Tree Company has several ISA members on staff.
Massachusetts Arborists Association (MAA)
The MAA is a professional trade organization that serves the commercial arboriculture industry. The MAA advances the goals of its tree service professional members through tree care education, research support, arborist certification and promotion of the value of arboriculture to the public. The Haupt Tree Company is a proud member of MAA.
Connecticut Tree Protective Association (CTPA)
The Connecticut Tree Protective Association is an educational association dedicated to advancing the care of Connecticut's trees. The CTPA accomplishes its purpose through educational events, regular workshops, outreach and publicity, and through the example provided by our membership.
The New York State Arborists, International Society of Arboriculture Chapter, Inc.
The New York State Arborists, International Society of Arboriculture Chapter, Inc. is an association of professional arborists and educators that promotes public interest, fosters research and education in the care and benefits of trees, shrubs and their environment. Membership affords an opportunity to associate and exchange valuable information with other arborists and professionals who are interested in the care, maintenance and conservation of woody ornamentals.