25
Feb

Stay Calm and Stay Off

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Each week I try to find fascinating stories to share with my followers. As you can imagine, sometimes there’s not much to share. So I can’t guarantee the best article you are ever going to come across, but it is the best I could find with this week’s stories. Here are what we discovered for this week.

Every year, workers are killed or seriously injured while performing snow or ice removal from rooftops and other building structures, such as decks. And just like you once said, “How much training does it take to drag brush to a chipper?” s…Stay Calm and Stay Off

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19
Feb

Lawns & Trees: The Battle of the Ages

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Each week I look for interesting tales to share with my followers. As you can imagine, sometimes I can’t find much to share. So I can’t guarantee the best blog post you are ever going to come across, but it is the best I could do with this week’s stories. Below are the things that we found for today.

Lawns and trees have been slugging it out for dominance for years, with homeowners picking their favorite contender and often swapping allegiance mid-fight. People want both a prize lawn and champion trees. The problem? This isn’t a truce that is easy to negotiate in most arenas. Chad Diller read more…Lawns & Trees: The Battle of the Ages

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13
Feb

Winter Stresses on Trees and Shrubs

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Some individuals could state that there actually are not any news worthy stories in the arborist market however, we’d state they’re incorrect! Here are a couple of stories I found intriguing enough to call it information.

Heavy snow and ice, as well as frozen soil conditions, can damage cherished trees and shrubs in residential landscapes. Even areas without major snowfall experience high winds and huge fluctuations in temperatures during winter. But homeowners can lessen the adverse effects of winter weather with preventive maintenance.read more…Winter Stresses on Trees and Shrubs

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19
Jan

Give Back at WMC 2015

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I make every effort to stay on top of the most current aboriculture information, so here are a few of the recent trends regarding trees. These are just stories that I thought were worth repeating.

Have a little extra room in your suitcase? If you’re planning on attending TCIA’s Winter Management Conference (WMC), February 8 – 12 in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, then consider filling the extra space with school supplies for local students in need.read more…Give Back at WMC 2015

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13
Jan

Measuring the True Value of Neonicotinoids in North America

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I strive to keep on top of all of the current aboriculture news, so right here are some of the existing trends concerning trees. I’m not pretending that they are Pulitzer material, but I thought they were interesting.

A year ago, Bayer CropScience, Syngenta, and Valent jointly commissioned an independent study on the socio-economic benefits of neonicotinoid insecticides in North America.read more…Measuring the True Value of Neonicotinoids in North America

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6
Jan

2015: A Look Ahead

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I make every effort to keep on top of all of the most up to date aboriculture information, so below you will discover a few of the existing trends concerning trees. I’m not saying they are award winning, but I figured I would share anyway.

  2014 is over and what a year it has been. But 2015 is here and we have a bunch of classes, volunteer opportunities and other events for you to enjoy. January Family Program: Buds Story Time (Hill Center) Friday Jan 9 Treat your toddler or preschoole…2015: A Look Ahead

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31
Dec

Buyer Beware When Purchasing Tree Care

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Every week I look for intriguing stories to share with my followers. I’m sure you can predict, sometimes there’s not much to share. So I can’t guarantee the best article you are ever going to come across, but it’s the best I could do with this week’s headlines. Here are what we discovered for today.

Fall and winter storms often bring out the best in a community. Neighbors, even strangers, help each other cope with aggravations and property damage left in the wake of a storm. Unfortunately, storms also bring out the worst in a community – fast-buck artists looking to profit from the misfortunes of others. How can homeowners protect themselves when they need to hire a tree care company to clean up after a storm?read more…Buyer Beware When Purchasing Tree Care

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25
Dec

Treelines: Week of December 24, 2014

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I attempt to keep on top of all the most up to date arborist news, so here are some of the recent happenings concerning trees. These are just stories that I thought were worth repeating.

  Because urban forestry issues span a wide range of topics and are constantly a source of local, national, and international news, we think it’s important to provide you with the most up-to-date information on everything tree-related: from local and nat…Treelines: Week of December 24, 2014

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19
Dec

Four Reasons Your Property Needs More Green Space

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Each week I look for interesting stories to share with my readers. I’m sure you can imagine, sometimes I can’t find much to share. So I can’t promise the best blog post you’re ever going to read, but it’s the best I could find with this week’s headlines. Below are the things that we found for today.

Whether you’re a property manager looking to attract more tenants, or a homeowner looking to boost your property value, adding “green space” such as trees, shrubs and other plants to your landscape is an affordable, rewarding way to achieve your goal(s). But how exactly does green space add valu…Four Reasons Your Property Needs More Green Space

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6
Dec

Keep Your Landscape Deer Free

by Jennifer Newton in Uncategorized

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I try to remain on top of the most current arborist information, so below you will find some of the existing happenings regarding trees. I’m not saying they’re Pulitzer material, but I thought they were interesting.

Deer damage to ornamental plants is an increasing problem. Deer populations in neighborhoods have grown rapidly due to abandoned farms, hunting restrictions and suburban sprawl. And they are dining on expensive suburban landscapes – especially in areas with heavy snowfall in the woods. In those areas, front and backyard plantings can serve as easy winter…Keep Your Landscape Deer Free

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