Tree Canopy Policy and Unified Development Ordinance Editorial by Andrea Patarawan-Hickman The newest addition to the ordinance and the one most applicable to homeowners is the concept of the Heritage Trees. A heritage tree is defined as any tree native to North Carolina per the USDA [...]
The Lungs Of Atlanta Are Not Safe Editorial by Julia George Ever heard of the South River Forest? It's one of the oldest and largest forests in Atlanta, located just southeast of the city. The benefits provided by this forest are numerous, including pollution reduction, erosion [...]
In early December of 2022, Heartwood Tree promoted Southern Territory Manager, Dustin Urbanovsky, to the role of Director of General Tree Work. In this new position, Dustin will step in to take responsibility for scheduling and management and logistics of our tree work production crews. Dustin brings over 13 years [...]
If you come here often then you’re already probably familiar with our relatively new ForEver Green Program. Here is some more info to help provide a deeper understanding into what this ForEver Green program entails: Efficient communication process for maintaining the health of your shrubs and trees Automatic renewal [...]
We already know that a new pest is making its way to our area, the Spotted Lanternfly! This bug has been shown to make itself welcome in a very broad variety of trees, including hardwoods, pine species, fruit trees and grapevines. We still have time to educate ourselves, prepare ourselves [...]
John Muir famously said “The mountains are calling, and I must go.” Many people in Asheville and the surrounding areas have also heeded that same call of the mountains and found spaces nestled amongst them to call home. The grandeur of the ridgelines and the majestic slopes have an understandably [...]
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