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Texas Women's Tree Climbing Workshop

ISA Texas is hosting its first-ever Texas Women's Tree Climbing Workshop


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Preservation Tree Named to D Magazine's 2017 Best of Big D List

D Magazine has named Preservation Tree to their 2017 Best of Big D List - "the best of the best" - and we couldn't be more proud of our crew, arborists and staff.


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What do DFW tree ordinances mean for your home and business?

Cities are putting regulations in place to protect trees already planted, plus encouraging homeowners and businesses to plant more trees in the future.


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How do You Place a Value on Your Trees?

From providing shade that saves money on our electric bills, to cleaning the air and creating homes for wildlife, trees are invaluable to our lives. We discuss our heartfelt thoughts about trees and why trees should be protected and preserved.


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New to Texas? Alternatives to Evergreen Conifers & Deciduous Magnolias.

Texas has a unique climate, extreme seasons and soil you probably have never encountered unless you've lived in Texas. What grows up North, may not grow here. Which trees should you plant that might be similar to what you are used to? Find out!


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Congratulations to Preservation Tree, the Consulting Group on their First Award!

Their comprehensive report on the State of the Urban Denton Forest won the Bronze Leaf Urban Forestry Award by the Cross Timbers Urban Forestry Council


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New to Texas? Plant these Texas Tough alternatives to Lilacs and Dogwoods

Are you a recent Texas transplant adjusting to our extreme climate? You might not be able to plant the comforts of home in your new Texas landscape. Here are a few alternatives that are Texas tough but just as beautiful as those trees you left behind.


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Why we Love Oak Trees...and so Does Wildlife!

The oak tree is home to various birds, animals and other wildlife. It's also home to the critters they need to survive.