GARDINER TREE TRIMMING IN THE MEDIA
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Below are articles, videos and pictures of some of the tree removals that we’ve been involved with.
“Arnprior’s Royal Oak receives provincial recognition”
Judy Gardiner was asked by the Ontario Urban Forest Council to evaluate the Royal Oak at the Galilee Centre in Arnprior to see if it fit the criteria to be designated a 'Heritage Tree'. Because of her recommendations, it was designated as such.
“Amazing Little Buggers”
In an effort to stop the Emerald Ash Borer, Ottawa is one of five sites in Ontario that is using a foreign species of non-stinging wasp.
Removing a Difficult Tree in Ottawa’s Glebe Neighbourhood
On July 17, 2015, after eight weeks of careful planning, Gardiner Tree Trimming removed a 100-year-old, 90 foot tall dying ash tree from a difficult location in the Glebe. The street was shut down, a large crane was positioned and a crowd came out to see what was going on!
Hear CBC Ottawa Morning’s Hallie Cotnam’s report and interview from July 20th at www.cbc.ca/player/Radio/Local+Shows/Ontario/Ottawa+Morning/ID/2672033288/ and see pictures on her Twitter feed (@HallieCBC; scroll down to July 20)
Photo credit: Hallie Cotnam
Old Oak Tree Comes Down in Arnprior
Some trees, no matter how hard you try, can’t be saved. In May, 2015, Gardiner Tree Trimming was called in to remove a centuries old oak tree in Arnprior.
Photo credit: Jean Levac/Ottawa Citizen
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