Check out these great action shots of a cottonwood our crew cut down. Pictured in the tree is Steven, our climber-in-training. He is well on his way to becoming a certified arborist and expert tree climber, and already exhibits great skill, agility, and an eye for aesthetics.
Steven has a take-charge attitude and leads by example. He communicates his vision of the job clearly to the crew, and they work together wonderfully to get the job done! Below, Steven and Bailey review the job plan.
Can you tell Steven loves his job? Look at that grin!
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Cottonwood trees are a common sight along rivers and streams in the western United States. While they are an important part of the ecosystem, they can also pose a serious threat to human infrastructure. Cottonwoods are fast-growing trees with shallow roots that can easily damage levees, roads, and buildings. They also drop a large amount of cotton-like seeds that can clog drains and sewers. For these reasons, cottonwood removal is often necessary in areas where they are not wanted.
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