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Can you send a staff member out for us to begin formal 'preservation & management' of historically significant trees?

My children's school has many very old trees on its 430 acres. Specifically, a 120-150 year old Tulip tree, as well as an old Hackberry. Can you send a staff member out for us to begin formal 'preservation & management' of this/these significant trees? We have volunteers to help with this process.
The school is Kimberton Waldorf School, Chester County.
Last Updated: Jun 29, 2015  |  14 Views
Topics: Trees, Tree care

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Cooperative Extension in Chester County may be able to help you. Also, you may need assistance from a certified arborist. You can identify one in your area by consulting the web site of the International Society of Arborists' page on finding an arborist.

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