Aerial Tree

Professional Contract Climbing & Training for the Arborist Industry.


Aerial Tree

Durham , NC
United States
Contact Phone
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Website
www.aerialtreeworks.com/

General Info

Aerial Tree Works is essentially Cormac Nagan. He specializes in the care and pruning of valued trees in his home town of Durham, NC as well as providing top-level contract climbing and training to tree care companies throughout the US.

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Durham residents who have been battling cankerworms, (the pesky bright green inch worms raining down from oaks and other trees in the spring and growing in number in many Durham neighborhoods) should take note of a workshop that will provide information on how to control these buggers. Workshop attendees will also participate in a do-it-yourself session on how to band their trees this fall as well as be provided with take-home materials on how to protect their trees. To register for this free workshop, email durhamcankerwormcontrol@gmail.com. For more information about this workshop, contact City of Durham Urban Forestry Manager Alexander Johnson at (919) 560-4197 ext. 21275 or by email at Alexander.Johnson@DurhamNC.gov.

Published on 2013-08-28 14:15:43 GMT

Local folks, please share! From City of Durham Urban Forestry... Cankerworm Prevention Workshop Protect your trees from cankerworms before November 15. Sign up for our Do-It-Yourself Cankerworm Clinic at durhamcankerwormcontrol@gmail.com Sept 3 at 6pm. Durham County Cooperative Extension Center at 721 Foster Street (near Manbites Dog and Farmers Market).

Published on 2013-08-13 13:40:49 GMT

Newsflash: it's hot out there! Tree work is very physical and the crew is in great shape, but the heat and hydration is a real challenge down here this time of year. Gatorade is ok, but its expensive, comes in single-use plastic and has some scary colors. What exactly is "riptide rush" flavor? We're experimenting with homemade natural basic hydration and would love to hear your ideas for good ones! -Erica