What would you do if the council ordered the death of one of your favorite trees, and then made you pay for it? That's what happened to one man in Redondo Beach, California recently, but although he lost the battle, he most certainly won the war.
Tree Philly shared Philadelphia Office of Emergency Management's post.Monday, June 19th, 2017 at 7:57am
Caution: Severe Thunderstorm & Flash Flood Watch today. If a tree falls during a storm and it’s blocking a road, or it has fallen on a house, car or other property, CALL 911. A crew of arborists from Philadelphia Parks & Recreation are on-call to respond to tree emergencies, and they will come out to remove the hazard and any part of the tree that is an immediate risk to public safety. If a tree has fallen on electrical wires, please call PECO’s emergency line: 1-800-841-4141.
For more info: http://treephilly.org/tree-emergencies/
Curious whether that tree you pass every day is an Ash...and therefore susceptible to the feared Emerald Ash Borer? This free App will help you identify Ash Trees.
The Emerald Ash Borer is a highly destructive, non-native insect from Asia, first detected in Philadelphia in 2016, which is fatal to all infested ash trees unless the trees have been chemically treated.
To help Colorado homeowners determine whether trees on their property are susceptible to being killed by emerald ash borer (EAB), today the Colorado State Forest Service and Colorado State University Extension released a free app that will allow anyone to use their mobile device to quickly ascertain...