Louisiana Department Of Agriculture & ForestryLicenses - State of Louisiana - Arborist

My name is John LeMeur, licensed arborist, and president of Tree Man, Inc.

We are a family owned and operated business that has been providing tree care in the New Orleans area for over 35 years.

We are a compnay that is based on three generations of excellence andcan provide for all of your tree care needs.

Trees are very important to our environment as well as our very existance, so take care of your trees and remember, a healthy tree is happy tree.

Your trees can't pick up the phone and call us, but you can , so give us a call today because...

Arborist License

Ground Applicator Owner-Operator License

Occupational License

Certificate of Liability Insurance

Member of International Society of Arboriculture

The Mission and History of ISA
Through research, technology, and education, the International Society of Arboriculture promotes the professional practice of arboriculture and fosters a greater worldwide awareness of the benefits of trees.

A Tradition of Professionalism
The International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) has served the tree care industry for more than 80 years as a scientific and educational organization. ISA was founded in 1924 when a group of 40 individuals, each engaged in a phase of tree work or research, were called together by the Connecticut Tree Protection Examining Board to discuss shade tree problems and their possible solutions. It was during this meeting that the group identified a need for gathering tree care information and for providing a means for its dissemination. The National Shade Tree Conference was founded soon after.

The National Shade Tree Conference experienced gradual growth until 1929, when the economy in the United States collapsed and membership in the young organization sank to 14 and continued to look bleak for several years. In 1936, membership experienced a spike and grew from 33 to 147. With few exceptions, steady growth has been seen every year since.
Due to its influence and membership spreading beyond the borders of the United States, the organization changed its name to the International Shade Tree Conference in 1968. Only a few years later, in 1976, in order to more accurately reflect its broadening scope, the name was again changed, this time to the International Society of Arboriculture.

ISA continues to be a dynamic medium through which arborists around the world share their experience and knowledge for the benefit of society. ISA is aligned on many fronts with other green organizations and is working hard to foster a better understanding of trees and tree care through research and the education of professionals as well as global efforts to inform tree care consumers.

Member of The National Arborist Association

Established in 1938 as the National Arborist Association, today's Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) is a trade association of more than 2,200 commercial tree care firms and affiliated companies.Their mission is to advance tree care businesses.TCIA develops safety and education programs, standards of tree care practice, and management information for arboriculture firms around the world. Produced by arborists, for arborists, and tested in the field, you can be confident that all training material is relevant and applicable.

TCIA’s flagship Certified Tree Care Safety Professional (CTSP) program is the only safety credentialing program in the industry. Data shows that companies with an employee enrolled in the CTSP program experience fewer accidents and injuries, less lost time and reduced costs.
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TCIA's Electrical Hazards Awareness Program (EHAP), first introduced in 1975, has helped train thousands of arborists - those involved in line clearance and those working on residential properties near energized lines. The US Army Corp of Engineers has recognized this credential and often requires EHAP certification for companies to qualify for storm-related clean-ups.

TCIA’s Tree Care Academy offers a variety of courses that can be used by employers for credentialing and training of employees according to industry standards. Teach and test for critical skills and knowledge to verify the competency of employees to work safely and professionally in and around trees and equipment.

In addition to training, they provide continuing education, conferences and publications to promote the safe and appropriate practice of tree care. TCI Magazine is the most circulated and read publication in the industry; TCI EXPO is the world's largest tree care industry trade show and conference; and Winter Management Conference is the premiere business conference for the tree care industry.

TCIA also works to help consumers identify proper tree care and qualified tree care companies.  Through TCIA's Accreditation program, consumers can find tree care companies that have been inspected and accredited based on adherence to industry standards for quality and safety; professionalism; and dedication to ethics and quality in business practices.

Our Team

John E. LeMeur

John A. LeMeur
Arborist • President

Toshua LeMeur
Office Manager

What They Say

"He provides the best and most skillful service in this field and we have verified this with county Agents and representatives of the LSU School of Forestry, all of whom hold John in high regard."

Edmond L. Deramee, Jr.

About Us

Quality Tree Care Based on Three Generations of Excellence We are a family owned and operated business that has been providing tree care in the New Orleans area for over 35 years.


(504) 394-4207
Tree Man, Inc.
201 Delacroix
New Orleans, LA 70131