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Ingersoll Land Care regularly provides public educational opportunities for the community. 

Check this events page for upcoming workshops, classes and presentations.

Tree Care for Gardeners

Thursdays, March 2-23, 2023, 5:30-8:30 PM

Berkshire Botanical Garden, Stockbridge MA


An intense and entertaining primer for Gardeners, Caretakers, Property Owners and budding Arborists. Massachusetts Certified Arborist Tom Ingersoll will provide tips on proper pruning, selection, and how to know when it's time to call the pros. Seats are still available. Register HERE.

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Principles of Pruning
Pruning Landscape Trees and Shrubs for Structure and Sustainability

March 11th, 2023, 10:00 AM  - 12:00 PM

Ward's Nursery and Garden Center, Great Barrington MA


In this entertaining and interactive demonstration, Massachusetts Certified Arborists Tom and Melissa Ingersoll will give an overview of guidelines for pruning your landscape trees and shrubs for health, form, fruit and flowers. Bring your clippers.

There is a WAITING LIST for this class.

Sheffield Tree Project

Annual Arbor Day Celebration - April 29th, 2023

Bushnell Sage Library - Sheffield, MA


Ingersoll Land Care will be there to support the STP and share in the fun. Watch for interactive workshops in Pruning, Planting, Mulching - and go home with a sapling from STP's annual Giveaway!!. Bring the kids, bring your shovel, join us for the Arbor Day Proclamation, and...snacks! 

THOSE BELOW ARE PAST PRESENTATIONS. They may be offered again. Please email with presentation inquiries:

Straighter and Smaller
Pruning Shade trees and Ornamentals for Structure and Sustainability
Cape Cod Landscape Association, January, 2022


In this entertaining and interactive demonstration, presenters will give an overview of guidelines for pruning trees for health, form, fruit and flowers.

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Spanish in the Garden


Even if you're not a native Spanish speaker, you undoubtedly have Spanish-speaking colleagues, workers and friends. So how good is your conversational Spanish? Especially where it comes to trees (arboles), shrubs (arbolitos) and flowers (flores)? Learn the basics of how to communicate and create relationships in both languages. Bring your tongue.

Click to view Annual Conference Program
Managing a Multicultural Workforce

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