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    Hey everyone. I'm originally from way up north, but I moved to Florida a couple years ago. I've been interested in arboriculture for a while now, but the only thing preventing me from hitting up companies and trying to get a groundie job is the heat and humidity we have down here. Are there any tips you have? I really want to pursue tree work, but I just don't know if I can hack it in this crazy heat we have April - November, and I'd rather not waste an employers time by showing up for a few days before realizing I can't handle it. Anybody have ideas for how to handle the heat? Just start exercising in the heat of the day to adapt? Get a vest full of ice? Does anybody know what the general work culture for arborists is like in South Florida? Thanks in advance.
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