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Speaking for the Trees and Best Park Tree Management Practices

Preservation Tree’s Consulting Group recently presented “Managing Park Trees. It’s Risky Business" to more than 50 municipal parks superintendents, managers and maintenance staff, stressing the importance of performing routine assessments for risk on large trees throughout parks and other public spaces during the 2018 Texas Recreation and Parks Society Conference held in Rockwall. The presentation was led by Preservation's Consulting Urban Forester and Arborist, Micah Pace. Attendees learnd about the various levels of tree risk assessment, how to identify and report risk, and best management strategies for mitigating risk.


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Mdp Presenting At Lectern

Registered Consulting Arborist Micah Pace addresses the audience on the importance of tree risk assessment.

Preservation Tree understands the importance of professional tree management and safety. We are proud to provide the highest level of service available in the D-FW region and encourage you to give us the opportunity to protect both your trees and property. If it has been some time since you had your trees evaluated for risk, health, and management needs, contact Preservation to set up a visit from one of our arborists. In light of recent weather events, excessive rain can contribute to many health and stability concerns. Preparing trees for upcoming winter storms is a must in North Texas. Give us a call and put yourself at ease today. Our certified arborists have the necessary skills to assist you and care for your trees.



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Categories: Urban Forestry
Tags: arborist, Consulting Group, Micah, Pace , Preservation, storms, Texas, Trees, trees , Urban Forestry, winter
Posted: November 5, 2018