Over November 10th – 12th, Charlotte will be visited by the Tree Care Industry Association, along with Members of the organization , small businesses in the Tree Industry looking for accreditation, and the vendors that serve the tree care industry. The annual Expo is a great opportunity for members of the tree care industry to come together for educational courses, annual industry awards, certification opportunities and the chance to view and demo the newest technology and equipment available to tree care professionals. Most of Heartwood’s staff will be in attendance, strengthening our knowledge and skills.
On October 15th in Matthews, and on October 22nd in Monroe, Tree Bounty NC hosted native tree exchanges for evidence of removed Bradford Pear/ Callery Pear species from residential properties. One native tree was exchanged for each of up to five trees proven to have been removed per property. This program benefits North Carolina in a big way to eliminate this invasive, weak and smelly tree! For more information, visit treebountync.com and keep informed of future bounty program exchanges that will take place throughout North Carolina!
TreesCharlotte has an upcoming tree adoption event for East Charlotte residents! On November 19th, residents living in zip codes 28205, 28206, 28212, 28213, 28215, and 28227 can receive trees from Landscape Management! Registration for the tree giveaway event opens November 14th, so be sure to register early to get on the list. Tree planting demonstrations are required as a part of the pick up program. For more information and to register, visit https://treescharlotte.org/event/east-zip-code-treeadoption-28205-28206-28212-28213-28215-and-28227/