Article 12 of 12 from Trees: Dispelling Myths & Misinformation, prepared by the arborists of the Southwest Division of Bartlett Tree Experts as a community education initiative.
So, can what’s logical be harmful? We’ve seen repeatedly that it can. Myths about trees that seem firmly rooted in the logical can hang on stubbornly, promote misinformation, and do harm. Our stated goal in this series was to arm readers with facts about trees that dispel these myths, create more informed consumers, and promote healthier trees. We hope we have provided a snapshot of the issues that empowers property owners to advocate for their own trees and select qualified arborists to care for them. Continue reading
Article 11 of 12 from Trees: Dispelling Myths & Misinformation, prepared by the arborists of the Southwest Division of Bartlett Tree Experts as a community education initiative.
Asked by a property owner to meet with a building contractor about tree protection, an experienced arborist could tell the contractor didn’t take seriously the need to protect trees during the project. “I’ve been doing this work for thirty years, and I haven’t killed a tree yet,” the contractor bragged. Continue reading
I display fragrant blossoms in the early days of Spring
I host birds, squirrels, bees and other living things
I stand by your home even when you are away
I provide that much needed shade on the hot summer day
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On October 19, 2013, Hooksett employees Joe Davis (Arborist Rep.), Rich Herfurth (Div. 1 Safety & Training Coordinator) and crew members Dan Stouch, Daron Moser, and Morgan Roy donated their time, skills, and equipment at the annual New Hampshire Arborists … Continue reading
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Bartlett provided two bucket trucks for the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society Fall Garden Festival at the Philadelphia Navy Yard to allow people to experience how much fun it is to be an arborist. This photo came to us along with the … Continue reading