That Little Extra

This was quite a straightforward removal of two dead spruce from a windbreak by a cottage in Truemanville. There was a small lilac in the way, an unavoidable casualty of the job…or was it? After a bit of head scratching cialis 20mg we pulled the lilac branches out of harm’s way with a climbing line (blue in the pictures). However, the falling tree trunk would...

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HELP WANTED x 2 – Info on Big Tree Registries

The other day I mentioned David Folster’s book titled “The Great Trees of New Brunswick” (Canadian Forestry buy cialis 20 mg onlinehttp://viagra24pharmacy-online.com/generic cialiscanada pharmacycanadian pharmacies viagra Assoc. of New Brunswick, 1987). cialis Does anyone have a copy I could borrow or buy? As well, two other registries of unique...

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Ancient Tree Hunt in the UK

The other day I stumbled across The Ancient Tree Hunt, an impressive project in the UK dedicated to finding, documenting and protecting significant trees. Having spent some time a decade or two ago wandering around Hyde Park, i was curious whether they had pictures of an amazing Weeping Beech I found there. A few clicks around the park and lo and behold, there it was!...

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Practice makes perfect

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Nov. 2 Storm Response

EMERGENCY RESPONSE  – Sat. Nov 2 Tantramar has been a windy place the last 24 hours. Our crew has been doing a prioritized cleanup since late last night. For ACUTE response please call (902) 667-1021 or (506)536-0021. If the phone goes to voice-mail please leave a message and we will have someone return your call within the hour. Less acute situations can be...

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So you want to be a climber?

Brendan Allison has been our lead ground worker since early Spring – now it’s time to go aloft! There’s been a few practice and education sessions to get ready, but today was the first day of production climbing. And oh what a day! The rule of thumb is to “go low and slow” honing new skills in a safe manner. Today’s task was low for...

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