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Look up, down, all around…how are your trees faring?

Trees provide many benefits but, like us, they may sustain injuries, become ill, or just get old and creaky. It’s a good idea to walk through your yard occasionally and take a peek at your trees from time to time to assess their condition. 422 more words

Forests

Top to Bottom

(Harbert, Michigan)  For the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, we were presented with the worthy presence of Graham Services of Three Oaks.  Bruce, Cole, and Greg came to take down the spruce that was threatening to fall on our house and crush us in our sleep.   122 more words

Michigan

How To Prepare Your Landscape Plants For Bad Weather

Although we’ve enjoyed a relatively nice fall after a less than perfect summer, the lower temperatures are a sure indicator that winter is on the way. 254 more words

Birchcrest

Whose Tree Is It Anyway?

When you first moved into your home, you planted a tree just inside your property line. So, it’s your tree, right? Maybe. It depends on how much it has grown and whether any of the trunk is now in your neighbor’s yard. 569 more words

Birchcrest

Sharpening the saw: continuing education about trees

I’m at Virginia Tech attending the Annual Meeting of the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the International Society of Arboriculture. Continuing education is required to maintain Arborists’ certification. 152 more words

Sustainability