Serving to the people and trees of Central Kentucky is why we are in business. We are lucky to get to work with clients who care about the trees on their property. In gratitude, we try to devote some of our time and resources towards the preservation of trees in public space. Each year, we adopt a historic or otherwise notable public tree for care in order to ensure that it is given the best chance to thrive far into the future. If you have a recommendation for a tree we should adopt, please let us know!
Dave is a member of the LFUCG Tree Board, the Lexington Tree Foundation, and a founding member of the Arboretum. Our team has provided complimentary consulting and tree care services to schools and public parks throughout Central Kentucky. Our team members regularly volunteer their time for projects and events such as Reforest the Bluegrass, ArborDay, and many others.
FAQ: What are your guidelines for adopting a tree?
We wish to adopt noteable trees throughout Central Kentucky which are located in areas where they would not likely otherwise recieve the care that they need to survive.
FAQ: What do you do for trees you adopt?
Any of the tree care services described on this website. For the Norway Spruce Christmas tree at Ashland, we pruned the tree, used Supersonic Air to bury an electric line to the base of the tree without destroying roots, fertilized the tree with organic fertilizer, soil conditioner, and root developer, applied mycorrhizae, consulted on the installation of a harness at the top of the tree to hold the strands of lights, set up a monitoring program, and trucked in water during drought.