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Tree Risk Assessment and Formative Pruning Can Improve Safety and Reduce Liability

Posted by Kelly McGlothlin, M.S.,¬†Associate Arborist The structural development of trees in unpopulated areas is not a problem since there are usually not any targets of concern when a tree falls or loses a limb.¬† But in urban settings, trees … Continue reading

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Pruning for the Structural Improvement of Trees

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While the majority of my work is as a Consulting Arborist, I have been pruning trees professionally since I started working for a tree service in 1992. I enjoy many things about pruning, including being outdoors, the climbing, the workout, … Continue reading

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