LE Tree Care started as a branch of the property maintenance services division of its parent company LE Construction and Maintenance. Over the years, it has grown and flourished, led by certified arborist Jeremiah Erhardt’s (shown in the tree above) passion for promoting healthy trees.
Today, LE Tree Care is trusted by organizations like the City of Calgary, the province of Alberta, MEC, Colliers International, and others.
ISA Certified Arborist
An International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Certified Arborist has a minimum of 3 years’ experience in tree care and/or a college degree in horticulture, forestry, landscape architecture or urban forestry and must pass a proctored exam.
Arboriculture Technicians learn and apply the guiding principles of tree management in sustainable urban ecosystems. They learn how to adhere to current industry safety standards and practices. Students are immersed in studies exploring the life of trees, conducting ground operations, pruning, performing tree risk assessments and conducting aerial operations.
Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (TRAQ)
Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (TRAQ) is an instructor-led credential that demonstrates professional knowledge in tree risk assessment through participation in a training course and passing its accompanying exam.
Ground Disturbance Certification
Ground Disturbance Certification trains workers on their roles, responsibilities, and procedures when digging or cultivating. It is required if cultivation is to exceed a depth of 30cm.
Certificate of Recognition (COR™)
The Certificate of Recognition (COR™) is a voluntary incentive program that recognizes companies who develop and implement health and safety and injury management systems that meet an industry standard.
Pesticide Applicator Certification
Pesticide Applicator Certification is required for chemical maintenance of ornamental trees, shrubs, flowers, and turf on outdoor residential, commercial and public land.