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In response to the COVID-19 crisis on March 23, 2020, Governor Inslee issued an Executive Order called “Stay at Home, Stay Healthy”. To limit infection statewide this order directs all movement to cease except for the business which provide essential services to support critical infrastructure, public safety & well-being. The order provides a list of […]

Urban Forests are unique ecosystems. Unlike traditional forests, urban forests often have a wide diversity of tree species. From Northwest natives, such as the Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) and Western Red-cedar (Thuja plicata), to exotic species such as the Monkey Puzzle (Araucaria araucana), Seattle is a global forest as much as it is a global city. […]

Did you know that winter is the best time to prune many deciduous trees and shrubs? Trees become dormant in the winter, losing all their leaves and storing up their energy for the coming spring. Here are some great reasons to prune deciduous trees in the winter!   Improvements in tree structure. Without leaves, it […]

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