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A power point depicting the need to plan well, plant properly so that you might enjoy a tree for generations to come.

A power point depicting the need to plan well, plant properly so that you might enjoy a tree for generations to come.

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  • 1. Indiana Parks and Recreation American Camp Association Trees: Plan, Plant and Enjoy! Judson R. Scott President, Vine & Branch Inc. Registered Consulting Arborist #392 MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:00 am to 4:30 pm 4721 E. 146th Street Carmel, IN  46033 Phone.  317-846-3778 Fax.       317-846-3788 [email_address]
  • 2. Without planning...
    • Tuliptree Park
    • Or
    • Tulipless Park
    • We built this really
    • neat road around these
    • really neat trees. What do
    • you mean they need
    • to be removed?
    • For how much?
  • 3. Study the Site plan
  • 4. Pull an Aerial Approximate location of the property
  • 5. Make a Plan
  • 6. Formal landscaping?
  • 7. Wild Side Gardening
  • 8. Think about Size, Diversity, and Placement
  • 9. Think about maturity.
  • 10. Think about Use
  • 11. Think about Use!
  • 12. Think about Right Tree Right Place
  • 13. Right Plant Right Place
    • Think about
    • maturity.
    • Line of sight
    • Issues can
    • Cost you!
  • 14. Use Native Plants
    • Less pests
    • Wildlife
    • Heritage
    • Less
    • maintenance
  • 15. Tree Preservation takes planning
    • Don’t leave it to
    • the fox to guard
    • the chicken coop.
  • 16. Foxes Tree Preservation Company
  • 17. Write a Tree Preservation Plan
    • Tell them what to do before, during and after the construction process.
  • 18. Planning and Preservation
    • Goal: To minimize the impact to the trees
    • Specifications
      • Details of what can and can not be done.
      • Explaining barriers, limitations, work zones, etc.
      • Set fines and penalties
  • 19. Plan Hazard Tree Assessment
    • When you look at this tree what do you see?
    • It has leaves in the summer and has a nice trunk.
    Wait! What is that hole?
  • 20. Want to prevent this!
  • 21. Sure don’t want this!
  • 22. Will Use a Tree Inspection Program
  • 23. Plan Pest Management
  • 24. Plant it Properly: Remove Burlap
    • Remove burlap, twine, and wire basket from all (or at least 1/3) of the root ball before planting
    http:// www.watershedactivities.com/projects/fall/plantree.html
  • 25. Plant it Properly: Find the Root Flare
    • Plant your tree in a hole that is 2-3x as wide as the root ball
    • Identify the root flair and keep the root collar above the soil line
    http:// www.tlcfortrees.info/planting%20depth.htm
  • 26.
    • Planting at the proper depth
    • will give you this in the long run…
  • 27. Instead of this…..
  • 28.
    • Mulch at a depth of 2-4 inches, keeping the mulch ring 6-12 inches away from the root collar
    Vermont Division of Forestry http://www.vtfpr.org/urban/mulching.cfm Plant it Properly: No Volcano Mulching
  • 29. Prune it Properly
  • 30. Planning Works-Tree Preservation
    • Orchard School
  • 31. Planning Works-Tree Preservation
  • 32. Planning Works-Tree Preservation
  • 33. Historic Projects Crown Hill Cemetery 1875
  • 34. Crown Hill Cemetery 2005 Historic Projects
  • 35. Historic Projects
    • Ecolab-an urban wetland and historic landscape
    1911-1914
  • 36. Historic Projects Today
  • 37. Historic Trees
  • 38. Morgantown Indiana
  • 39. You think you had a long day?
  • 40. Nothing cooler than a tree!
  • 41. The Role of a Registered Consulting .
    • Tree Preservation Planning.
    • Tree Appraisal.
    • Hazard Tree Assessments.
    • Tree inspection programs.
    • Dealing with Neighbors. ADR
    • Safety training.
    • Expert witness services.
    • EAB management plans.
    • Horticultural Consulting.
    • Overspray, volitization and chemical trespass issues.
    • Proper pruning.
    • Landscape design.