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Volunteers plant 2500 trees to provide a habitat for the endangered Honeyeater

Earlier this month almost 120 volunteers from across New South Wales planted 2500 trees throughout the Capertee Valley, in an effort to provide a secure habitat for the endangered Regent Honeyeater. Private property owners have planted over 110,00...

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Finding an Arborist to Prune Your Trees

Pruning trees properly is both an art and a science - not something that can be done by just anyone. If a tree is pruned incorrectly, it will not only look unsightly, but it may also be at risk of disease. Don't put your trees' life in the hands o...

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Passionate Arborist Wants Trees for the Future

Darryl Judd has been an arborist for 23 years, but has planted far more trees than he has cut down. Currently, he co-owns Guardian Tree Services, which he started in Palmerston North more than 20 years ago. Even though his job often involves cu...

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Arborist Sends Message of Peace in the Trees

As a message of peace, Jesse Huffman of Arborvision Tree services climbed up a hundred-foot tree in his yard near I-17 and Northern to mount a giant lighted peace symbol. As he climbed, he shot a video of his work that he later posted onto YouTube...

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Community rallies to water trees

Ballarat in Victoria is set to join cities around Australia and overseas by engaging community members to help water local trees with plastic buckets. Homeowners and local businesses will be provided with free nine-litre buckets made from recycled...

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Trees suffer heat damage

Warmer weather and dry conditions are contributing to an increase in fallen tree limbs, say arborists. Mark Elliott of The Adelaide Tree Surgery, said that falling tree limbs could be unpredictable but that he has noticed an increase this summer. ...

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Residents outraged over tree cull at Brunswick terminal station

Tensions are running high over trees felled on the Brunswick terminal station site in preparation for the building of a larger electrical power station. The power companies behind the development removed more than six large cypresses and a group o...

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Tree Damage in Floods and Wet and Stormy Weather

Until they cause damage - such as falling on a car or home - almost everyone loves trees. The damage caused by recent floods in New South Wales and Queensland has been extensively covered in the media. While many people immediately think of the prob...

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Homeowners Take Drastic Measures to Preserve Ocean Views

In order to secure million-dollar views, homeowners are taking a variety of tactics to get rid of neighbouring trees. The Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal has listened to two separate debates recently regarding whether or not healthy t...

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