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Tree Preservation in Concord, MA

In Conservation, From the Field, Plant Health Care by Forest Keeper10 Comments

Three beautiful Sugar Maple trees struggle on a new construction site. Soil compaction, damaged soil chemistry and mechanical damage are just some of the issues troubling these large shade trees. The Forest Keepers team was brought in to restore the proper growing conditions and to ensure these trees received the proper care through the duration of the construction process.
Title of submission: Tree Preservation in Concord

A Beautiful Warm..WINTER Day?

In Plant Health Care, Winter by Forest Keeper4 Comments

Ahh.. What a nice day! The warm sun beaming down! That fresh  smell in the air. Truly a great…winter day?  So maybe you’ve noticed what an unusual winter it has been this year. At least in the Northeast, we’ve been having an unseasonably warm winter. So I wonder, and I’ve heard the question asked, ” What will this do to …

What a Busy Spring- been gone for awhile

In From the Field, Spring by Forest Keeper1 Comment

Well, this has been quite a Spring so far. Spring is usually busy for us around here, as I’m sure it is for most of you, with everything happening all at once. This spring however has hit us with more force than we’ve seen in awhile. Between the usual tree work comes, planting, mulching, pruning, fertilizing, then the bugs start …

Time To Prune Those Trees

In Gardening, Plant Health Care, Spring, Winter by Forest Keeper3 Comments

If your anything like me you’ve been  anxious to get out in the garden and get you hands in the soil. While it is still a bit to early for many garden chores, this is a great time to get out and prune your trees. Lightly pruning trees can be done at any time of the year, but any major …