Canada is home to a section of the world’s largest forest in the world – the boreal forest, wrapping around the northern hemisphere. This forest produces much of the air we breathe, influences global climate and creates microclimates. The boreal forest is a spring nursery to millions of migratory birds and holds the world’s largest source of surface freshwater.
From a conservation point of view, there is not one single activity, but several issues creating stress on the boreal forest and the wildlife within it. Pollution, climate change, and land development are among the forest’s stressors. Government protection remains at twelve percent, and work continues to preserve large areas of land to maintain the forest’s ability to function. BC’s urban environment is also home to planted forests in parks and urban settings where we can manage and admire them. Now is the time of year to book an appointment for pruning your trees in preparation for winter storms and spring regeneration.
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If you are unsure about the condition of the trees on your property, call us for an on-site consultation. We’ll assess the health of your trees and make recommendations for pruning, insect and disease control or deep root fertilization. We have a 60’ bucket truck to reach high branches and our utility arborists are trained to work around power lines.
Municipal and commercial queries are welcome. We have full WCB coverage and over 40 years of experience in our industry. Our certified utility arborists maximize the safety of parks, roadways and commercial settings.