Ever wonder why uprooted trees occur after a severe weather or heavy storm? This blog explains why trees get uprooted and what to do with them.
if yours was one of the homes or vehicles that experienced property damage, you need to know what to do now. From insurance coverage to tree removal, it is important to know what to do after severe weather hits.
While it’s difficult to predict when weather of such severity will hit, it is best that as early as the beginning of spring, we take all the necessary precautions to minimize all risks. There are steps you can take well in advance and on the day to minimize the damage to your home – both inside and outside.
Studies in Baltimore and Philadelphia, both published in the journal Landscape and Urban Planning, have linked areas with increased forestry to low crime rates in both urban and rural areas. A few other studies with similar findings were conducted in Pennsylvania, in faraway UK, and in a closer proximity here in Minnesota. Here is a summary of the studies and what it means to us in Minnesota.
Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is a pest infestation that has become a major problem in the U.S. over the last 10 years. It is a native beetle of Asia.
Below are some of the more popular shade trees that will take well to Minnesota soil.