NJAISA
New Jersey Arborists Chapter of the International Society of Arbiculture

Tree Climbing Championship

NJ State Tree Climbing Championship

Join us on Saturday June 10, 2017 and help us celebrate outstanding skills and professionalism!

NJAISA will once again host a Men’s Divisional Competition.

All arborists with NJAISA membership in good standing are eligible to compete. Please contact Steve Chisholm (732-928-5747 or aspentree1@hotmail.com) or Scott Tapp (732-489-6374 or stapp@bartlett.com) for details. The overall champion or runner-up, should the winner not be able to attend, will represent the NJ Arborists at The International Tree Climbing Competition. 

Registration

Please CLICK HERE to download the official entry form!  

You must pre-register prior to June 2, 2017. The participant waivers must be completed and sent in with your $70 registration fee (check payable to “NJAISA”). You will not be allowed to compete without them. Send your registration form, completed waivers, and payment to Laura Chisholm, PO Box 1197, Jackson, NJ 08527-0255.  Rules are available online at the ISA website, www.isa-arbor.com.  A MANDATORY on-site meeting and equipment inspection FOR ALL COMPETITORS will be held at 7 a.m., with the competition beginning promptly at 8:00 am. If there are any problems the day of the competition, please call Scott (cell 732-489-6374) Steve (cell 732-489-6995), or  Laura (cell 732-489-7709) .

Location & Directions

Meadow Lakes Retirement Community

300 Meadow Lakes
East Windsor, NJ

In East Windsor, NJ: Our retirement community is a real find.

 

The Meadow Lakes retirement community in East Windsor, NJ is a short ride from Princeton—and a world all its own. Right next door to the Peddie School, within the spectacular beauty of a registered arboretum, and graced with serene lakes and walking paths, it’s a setting that inspires your heart and refreshes your senses. Because Meadow Lakes is just a few miles from downtown Princeton and Princeton University, you’ll find a diverse, active population and a wealth of opportunities for social, cultural, entertainment and educational enrichment. And if you’re looking for a different kind of adventure, New York, Philadelphia, Atlantic City and the Jersey Shore beaches are all within an hour’s ride.

Directions:

From the NJ Turnpike North or South: Take exit 8 (Route 33/Hightstown/Freehold). Stay to right and take the immediate exit for Milford Road. Proceed for about one mile until Milford Road ends at a stop sign (at a T intersection with Etra Road). Turn right on Etra Road and proceed for not quite a mile. You will pass over the NJ Turnpike. Meadow Lakes is the first left after that, opposite Ward Street.

From the Shore Area: Take Route 195 to the Allentown/Hightstown exit (Route 539). Turn right towards Hightstown. Pass over the NJ Turnpike. Continue on 539 and go past the Peddie School golf course. Take the second right (Route 571) on to Etra Road.  The main entrance to Meadow Lakes is ¼ mile on the right. It is the third entrance off Etra Road. You will go past an entrance to the Cottage Homes and an employee entrance before reaching the main entrance, marked with a Meadow Lakes sign.