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SU PPLIE R S MAA Members, please consider working with your fellow member suppliers* when doing business in the upcoming season! Cleaves Company, Inc. Needham, MA (781) 449-0833 cleavesco.com Corcoran & Havlin Insurance Group Wellesley, MA (781) 235-3561 chinsurance.com Cranes 101 Bellingham, MA 866.788.7600 Cranes101.com McSweeney & Ricci Insurance Agency Braintree, MA (781) 848-8600 mcsweeneyricci.com Northstar Insurance Services, Inc. Needham, MA (781) 431-2500 nsins.com Northeast Nursery, Inc. Peabody, MA (978) 535-6551 northeastnursery.com Select Horticulture Lancaster, MA (508) 397-6972 selecthorticulture.com Northeast Rescue Systems, Inc. Dedham, MA (617) 325-3993 northeastrescue.com Shelter Tree, Inc. No. Attleboro, MA (508) 699-6550 sheltertree.com Helena Chemical Co. Lunenburg, MA 978.580.8166 helenaprofessional.com SiteOne Harwich, MA (508) 394-2193 siteone.com * Associate members, as of 9/15/17 Where the best in the tree industry come together. What does it mean to be an MAA member? MAA Code of Ethics Please take a moment to To that end, we agree to the following: read the MAA Code of Ethics. C TO BE GENEROUS with our time and resources to further the objectives of the association. The business practices and philosophies outlined here are an integral part of what it means to be a MAA member and a professional in our association and industry. The Massachusetts Arborists Association was founded on the principle that competition between members is healthy, and does not necessarily preclude working together for the betterment of our association and industry. C TO ABIDE by all laws and regulations that govern our industry. To constructively oppose ordinances and legislation which unduly or improperly restrict our business. C TO PROVIDE a workplace which encourages professionalism, and personal betterment. C TO COMPETE with one another fairly. C TO OPERATE our businesses with safety as our foremost concern. C TO ACCEPT that we are viewed by the general public and the government collectively. To understand that with each new member we welcome, the better we control our common destiny. 18 MAA NEWS / Fall 2017