5.20.18 Hollywood Rapids at 14.5 Ft

Pink Ribbons – Trouble for Larus Park

You don’t need to tell an arborist what a pink ribbon wrapped around a tree means. Rarely does it mean “This is a special tree,” or “this is the tree we want to keep.” Usually, a pink ribbon wrapped around a tree means “This is the one that’s in our way,” or “this is the one [...]

By | July 31st, 2017|Arborist's Musings, Tulip Poplar, Uncategorized|13 Comments

In the beginning. . .

After a week-long vacation to the Outer Banks of the North Carolina coastline, the proper appreciation of a forest sunrise requires not only an ocular adjustment but a mental one as well.  The image of the Albemarle Sound softly dispersing the first light of early August dawn was somewhat burned or etched into my retinas.  Now, as [...]

By | July 9th, 2017|Arborist's Musings|0 Comments