It takes about ten years to accumulate the necessary credits and prove the knowledge base to apply to sit for the Board's Master Arborist exam. Along the way, a candidate's study, will cover every aspect of growing trees in the urban forest. From legal cases involving tree forensics, to understanding how soil dynamics affect tree health; from entomology and the life cycles of insects to appraising values on tree stands - a Master Arborist becomes an invaluable resource in the process of growing and maintaining the urban forest.
From planting a tree to caring for an ancient one, often the biggest hurdle is just knowing what to do. I am here to make sure you're informed. I am here to advocate for you, your tree, and your budget. I am here to show you how simple this can be!
I'm honored to provide the Rocky Mountain West, with the highest level of expertise in modern Arboriculture, from my home here in Sheridan, Wyoming.
If you'd like to schedule a time to visit, please contact me directly.