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Find a collection of Tree Climbing posts on the Tree Topics Blog.

Stuck Up a Tree: Tips for Getting Drones Down

Earlier this year, it was predicted that about a million drones would be sold over the holiday season. If you were one of the lucky ones to be gifted a drone, or Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), you’re probably already outside

Posted in Bartlett Tree Experts, Tree Advice, Tree Climbing, Tree Safety

St. Paul Arbor Month

In the Minneapolis area? Please join us on May 30th for a great event celebrating Arbor Month at Linwood Recreation Center and pick up a free elm seedling.

Posted in Bartlett Tree Experts, News and Events, Tree Climbing, Volunteering

Storm Damage Tree Removal

Jason Morrow, a crew leader for the Clackamas production team, working hard removing three Douglas fir trees in Camas, Washington with a 275-ton crane following recent storm damage.

Posted in Bartlett Tree Experts, Tree Climbing, Tree Safety

Aerial Rescue Training

Bartlett Tree Experts is committed to safety and training. This photo was taken at one of our aerial rescue training sessions, courtesy of our Manchester office.

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Rockingham County Champion Black Walnut

Arborists from Bartlett’s Hookset, New Hampshire office tend to Rockingham County’s new champion black walnut (Juglans Nigra).

Posted in Tree Climbing, Tree Preservation
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