PBS NewHour published this article on Monday June 10th and just the title made me have to
read it, "How Removing Trees Can Kill
You" . My first thought was safety in regards to tree removal, but I was mistaken. The first few sentences of the article read,
"The trees died first. One hundred million of them in the eastern and midwestern United States. The culprit: the emerald ash borer, a beetle ...
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So you might think this a long shot coming from some tree hugger, but there have been some serious research studies indicating the positive effects of trees on mental well-being and crime rate reduction. Temple University recently published a study with findings that indicated the increased presence of grass, trees, and shrubs correlated with lower levels of robberies and assaults, along ...
Strong winds, driving rains, and lightning are all potential dangers
to your trees when summer storms come rolling in. Make sure your trees are safe this summer.
Ciocco Tree Experts are always there to assist with storm clean up, but we'd also like to help you prevent the problem by properly pruning your trees. Preventative maintenance is the key to creating strong trees that can withstand opposition.