Many Pine trees on Cape Cod have been dying over the last few years. After cutting trees down, the wood is still a valuable resource, even from this species.
The history of a tree, most often, is the history of the events that happened around the tree, while the tree just sat there, happily planted in the soil.
Forest Keepers donated their time and expertise, this week, to the Thornton Burgess Society in the removal of a damaged White Pine tree.
Each winter, millions of tons of de-icing salt are applied to state and municipal roads to keep the roads safe for vehicles to travel. Did you know that excessive salt can cause widespread damage to trees – possibly leading to permanent decline and even death?
Hazardous trees pose a danger to both people and property. When storms and high winds hit, limbs (and often the entire tree) fall to the ground. We’ve seen much of this in the last few weeks after the weather we’ve had. We have had many calls for removing trees of of houses, fences, driveway, etc. “Many fatal accidents and millions …
During this last snow storm we received many storm damage calls. Here’s a little story about one such call.
Pruning an old Maple tree on the farm to make it safer, and not have to cut it down