Leesburg Tree Care
Interested in further research, or learning more about how to grow and protect one of our most valuable assets? This list is a brief synopsis of some of our favorite resources.
The following resources can help you in your research, learning, or exploration. The list is a combination of business, non-profit, and public resources. Explore and learn more!
Arbor Day Foundation
The Arbor Day Foundation is committed to teaching, and advocating for trees. A 501 (c) 3 nonprofit, the foundation teaches, coordinates volunteer efforts, and had a tremendous number of outstanding resources. They have an exceptional number of resources for picking trees, maintenance and care, and more.
Virginia's Urban Forest Council | Trees Virginia | Non-Profit Community Organization
We appreciate Trees Virginia for their research, exceptional tools and information, and for their advocacy work in Virginia, and across the country. They also have a lot to learn, and valuable materials under their Resources tab.
Colorado State University
Colorado Master Gardener Program
Pruning Cuts Notes
Microsoft Word - 613-PruningCuts.doc (colostate.edu)
This handout, available for free online is an exceptional guide to all things pruning. If you're interested in tackling your own projects, this guide is a great learning resource.
One Tree Planted
One Tree Planted | Tree Planting Non-Profit: One Dollar, One Tree
Wee love this 501 (c) 3 nonprofit and their mission, to educate and spearhead the replanting of trees around the world. Their tree facts are especially shocking.
National Geographic Society
Timber Resources | National Geographic Society
While not dedicated exclusively to tree care, these articles are fantastic educational tools - and they're geared towards grades 3 through 12. If you're setting out to rejuvenate your property and teach your kids about the importance of trees, this is a great place to start.
The Nature Conservancy
The Nature Conservancy: A World Where People & Nature Thrive
The Nature Conservancy is dedicated to education, climate change awareness, and reforestation efforts, among others. We appreciate their take on trees, and have learned a lot from their reports and data.
International Society of Arboriculture
The ISA is arguably the leader in credentialing, and provided resources to the arborist community in the U.S.
Resources – Tree Canada
Our friends to the north know how important trees are - and they spend a lot of time protecting them, just as we do. This page is packed with great tree care resources, and information on the importance of trees.