2019 HOME SHOW AT THE ONALASKA OMNI CENTER This year at the 2019 HOME SHOW AT THE ONALASKA OMNI CENTER. We showcased some of the slabs that we have available for sale. Our slabs consist of kiln-dried urban wood and slabs from trees we remove. This lumber does not come from logging. It was exciting to see the interest in them. We were also able to answer some questions on trees, and get the word out that we will have trees for sale on our site this Spring as well as to […]
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2019 WAA (Wisconsin Arborist Association) Conference We attended the 2019 WAA Conference in Green Bay this past weekend. We were able to attend informative lectures, and connect with people in our industry. What is the WAA?: (The WAA has been dedicated to improving the practice of arboriculture and increasing public appreciation of trees and urban forests. Over the years, this organization of commercial, municipal, utility, and academic arborists has grown to include over 700 members with the like-minded goal of taking care of Wisconsin’s trees. These members service Wisconsin […]
Wisconsin Arborist Association 2015 Conference This year the Wisconsin Arborist Association (WAA) / DNR 2015 conference was held in Downtown La Crosse, WI. We helped out by taking a tree that needed to be removed from a site and cutting it down in a way that allowed us to transport it to the La Cross Center (Located in the heart of downtown La Crosse’s beautiful riverfront district, the La Crosse Center hosts conventions, meetings, trade shows, concerts, weddings, and sporting events that welcome hundreds of thousands of attendees each year). Not only […]
Winter Projects 2015, This past winter we have been braving the cold to complete some projects. We have been working with Perrot State Park in Trempealeau, WI to help them remove some hazardous Ash trees and Oak trees. Emerald Ash Borer( The emerald ash borer, also known by the acronym EAB, is a green buprestid or jewel beetle native to northeastern Asia that feeds on ash species. Females lay eggs in bark crevices on ash trees, and larvae feed underneath the bark of ash trees to emerge as adults in […]