ArborPro just finished a GPS tree inventory and assessment on the Cal State San Marcos campus. The inventory and recommendations by ArborPro’s staff arborist will help the University keep its trees healthy for years to come.
Through a competitive bid process, the Village of Warwick, NY has chosen ArborPro, Inc. to perform a GIS based street and park tree inventory. The Village has held the honor of being a Tree City USA for the past 30 years. ArborPro’s professional arborists will be starting this project in the coming months.
Polyphagous Shot Hole Borer, an invasive beetle originally from Southeast Asia, was recently discovered on the campus of the University of California Irvine (UCI). The University took an immediate response, hiring ArborPro to do a complete inventory and assessment of all the trees on campus. Over the last month ArborPro’s arborists and University staff have found that about 1,000 trees have been infected so far, most of which will need to be removed and disposed of so not to spread the fungus. UCI and researchers from the University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources will be using experimental treatments on some trees and will be using ArborPro’s Tree Management Software to monitor the results to see if the treatments are effective.
To learn more about this invasive pest and the signs and symptoms go here.
We are proud to announce that the City Council of Grand Rapids, MI has chosen ArborPro to perform a GPS Tree Inventory. Using the the ArborPro Software, ISA Certified Arborists will perform a street tree inventory for the City.
The City of Alexandria has chosen ArborPro, Inc. to conduct an inventory of their trees located within public rights of way, in designated City parks, and in designated schools and other public properties. The GPS inventory will be completed by ArborPro’s ISA Certified Arborists, using the ArborPro Tree Inventory Software Program.