Updated Tree Damage Cleanup Tips, Spring 2015

It’s tough to go anywhere in the metro area this week without seeing property owners and work crews cleaning up after the weekend snowstorm that damaged so many trees around Denver. The wet, heavy snow broke branches and even split trees in many neighborhoods. If you’re working on cleaning up, here are some updated guidelines and Read More …

Late Winter, Early Spring Tree Maintenance in Highlands Ranch

Does it seem as if winter here in Colorado is already over? Warm temperatures and dry stretches certainly make it feel that way. Never fear, though; we all know we’ll be getting periods of snow and cold until May at least. Here are some highlights on winter and early spring care for your trees: MULCH: If you haven’t Read More …

2014 Celebrate Trees in Our Community Poster Contest Winner

This year’s poster theme was “Celebrate Trees in Our Community”. Colorado fifth graders from around the state participated, with schools submitting winning posters for the statewide judging event. The Colorado Tree Coalition selected Jissel Silva’s poster as the winner of the 2014 Colorado Arbor Day Poster Contest!   Jissel is from Parkview Elementary in Lamar. Read More …

Status of Emerald Ash Borer in Highlands Ranch, South Denver

As of 2018 there were no reported EAB evidence in Highlands Ranch, Centennial or suburan South Denver. You may have read this story in the Denver Post on Monday September 9th about the City of Denver shifting it’s forestry management from planting trees to managing and maintaining the 2.2 million trees in Denver’s urban forest.  Read More …