Tree Risk Assessments

We are excited to announce that co-owner Mike D. recently received his Tree Risk Assessment Qualification through the International Society of Arboriculture.

What is the Tree Risk Assessment Qualification? It is a program that trains arborists how to use the methodologies outlined in the ISA Best Management Practices for […]

By |June 21st, 2016|Arborists, Storm Damage, Tree Preservation, Urban Forests|0 Comments

Drake Park Tree Removal

If you drove past Drake Park in downtown Bend on March 15 and 16 this year, you may have noticed a big change taking place. One of the largest and oldest Ponderosa pines in the park was determined to be unsafe, posing a hazard to the park and people. […]

By |April 2nd, 2016|Arborists, Storm Damage, Tree Removal|1 Comment

Avoiding Ice Damaged Trees

We’ve had quite a strange winter, although it seems that the general trend in Central Oregon is that winters are getting stranger. Between the warm rain, freezing fog and intense cold snaps, it’s all over the board. One thing is for sure – winter isn’t going away any time […]

By |January 14th, 2015|Storm Damage, Tree Pruning|0 Comments

Lightning and Associated Tree Damage

NOTE: This copy was taken from the Texas A & M Department of Ecosystem Science and Management Department

Wayne K. Clatterbuck, Associate Professor Forestry, Wildlife & Fisheries University of Tennessee, David S. Vandergriff, UT Extension Urban Horticulture & Forestry, Kim D. Coder Professor, Silvics/Ecology Warnell School of Forest Resources The […]

By |July 30th, 2014|Storm Damage, Tree Pruning, Tree Removal, Tree trimming|0 Comments

Preparing Trees for Winter: Reducing Early Storm Damage

Preparing Trees for Winter

If you you’ve lived in Central Oregon for a few years, you know that it can start snowing fairly early in the fall season. Often times our mountains see a dusting of snow by the end of September.

And if you were here in 2009, you might […]

By |September 11th, 2013|Storm Damage, Tree Preservation, Tree Pruning, Tree trimming|0 Comments