Category: ArborScape News

Habitat responsibility: Arborscape and NREL

ArborScape and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) teamed up to create wildlife habitat at the South Table Mountain Campus in Golden, CO. ArborScape cut down several trees and bucked them up to use as log and brush piles to make cover and foraging habitat for migratory birds.  The NREL wildlife biologist and campus operations […]

Welcome ArborScape’s Newest Family Member

Please join us to welcome our newest family member! This beautiful baby is brand new and we are overjoyed to have this new addition to our family. Our new baby girl, officially known as ArborScape’s 2017 Altec Freightliner, is on her way to reaching skylines in our community.   David Merriman, owner of ArborScape, found […]

Arborscape introduces new instant tree quotes app

Ever wanted a quick reference for your tree removal, tree trimming, or other tree services? Curious about how stump removals are priced? We’ve developed a new instant tree quotes app – four years in the making – to streamline your estimate process – fast and hassle-free. Fast and simple to useIt can be time-consuming and tedious trying […]

Damaged tree debris disposal

Many of our Denver-area neighbors may have downed branches in the yard or sidewalk – here’s a handy list for major cities detailing how to get branches cleaned up and recycled, and other tree debris disposal.     Need help? Call us at 303-806-TREE or Click here to schedule a little assistance with cleanup! City of ArvadaThe city […]

2016 Colorado Notable Trees Calendars are here!

Of course, it’s not quite Halloween yet, and most of us wait until holiday shopping time to start thinking about new calendars – but it’ll be no time before there are Jingle Bells in every store! Scoop the rush with these beautiful new Colorado Notable Trees calendars. This commemorative edition celebrates the Colorado Tree Coalition’s […]

Trees on the Roof of the Courthouse Tower

Friday tree fact: the courthouse tower groves of Greensburg The town of Greensburg, Indiana, is known as the “Tree City” for the over-a-dozen trees that have been growing out of the roof of the Decatur County Courthouse serially for 145 years. (They’re believed to have sprouted from seeds in bird droppings.) In 1870, the citizens of Greensburg began […]

Friday Tree Facts: Unique Trees of Socotra

Friday Tree Facts – unique trees of Socotra The island of Socotra, situated in the Indian Ocean between Somalia and Yemen,  has been geographically isolated from mainland Africa for the last 6 or 7 million years. Like the Galapagos Islands, this island is teeming with 700 extremely rare species of flora and fauna, a full 1/3 […]