Environmental Issues

Article 3 of 12 from Trees: Dispelling Myths & Misinformation, prepared by the arborists of the Southwest Division of Bartlett Tree Experts as a community education initiative. You’ve seen them:

Article 2 of 12 from Trees: Dispelling Myths & Misinformation, prepared by the arborists of the Southwest Division of Bartlett Tree Experts as a community education initiative. In construction, as in

A unique look at Bartlett Tree Experts in the Sponsor Spotlight section of the current LAND newsletter from the American Society of Landscape Architects.

Suzanne Shoemaker with Owl Moon Raptor Center received a call from a Sam Petty about a raptor that had fallen in the road at the intersection of Vista Street and

Article 1 of 12 from Trees: Dispelling Myths & Misinformation, prepared by the arborists of the Southwest Division of Bartlett Tree Experts as a community education initiative. A problem for property

Trees are usually the most valuable landscape assets, but their tremendous benefits take years to develop fully. In our work as tree-care professionals, we confront a good deal of misinformation that

Bartlett is proud to work with neighborhood groups as part of the Treecycling effort in Philadelphia. The idea is to keep discarded Christmas trees out of the trash and out

Have you ever wondered how people centuries ago made due without a neighborhood CVS or other readily available source of medicine? We take for granted the fact that we can

For centuries most people assumed the end of the phrase “Hell hath no fury” to be “like a woman scorned”. Clearly, either those people haven’t suffered through a Texas summer or some

The effects of the 2010 drought on Central Indiana’s evergreens this year You may have noticed an abnormal number of evergreen trees around the central Indiana area that are dying

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has announced that Emerald Ash Borer has been detected in Buffalo. This is the first infestation found in Erie County. Recently,

Scientists from Bartlett Tree Experts and The Morton Arboretum are researching the effects of biochar on the health of urban trees. The project has received assistance from the Chicago Bureau

I was amazed yesterday when I stopped at a client’s house. We had finished planting evergreen trees and large deciduous trees the day before. There were birds everywhere. Their property

Increasing research shows what trees in the urban landscape can deliver. This conference, sponsored by Bartlett Tree Experts, is not just about theory – it’s about making a real difference