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Looking for more in-depth information from our Arborists? Check out our informative articles on a range of tree care topics.

Proper reduction pruning can help large trees fit into urban landscapes.

Preservation Tree Services looks forward to a growing relationship with the Fort Worth community.

Meet Micah Pace, Urban Forester

The pros and cons of the Bradford Pear in the landscape.

Why is organic tree care beneficial?

When tree limbs grow too close to power lines, or fall on them, Preservation Tree is not permitted to prune the limbs. Here are directions on how Oncor's process works.

Saturated soil around tree roots affects your tree’s health.

How often do you get home to find a multitude of business cards on your porch for “tree trimmers” in your area? It might seem like a good idea to call one, but, who you call matters.

Diversity Recommendations for the Urban Forest

By Micah Pace, ISA Certified Arborist, Professional Urban Forester For decades, researchers, educators, urban foresters, arborists, and tree managers have agreed on the importance of species diversity within the urban forest. The catalyst for promoting this accepted management philosophy for our urban forests is primarily the result of historical and devastating population losses attributed to…

Bradford Pears

Tree Care Industry Association is one of the oldest in the country.

Who are you hiring to trim your trees?

All of our arborists are ISA certified.

Are squirrels wreaking havoc on your trees?

We work with local construction agencies to protect our urban forest.

Certified Arborist, Getth Nelson’s favorite deciduous tree: Cedar Elm

Micah Pace, Urban Forester, travels across Texas and Mexico educating the industry on proper tree care.

PTS Promotes Education at Home and Abroad

For decades, researchers, educators, urban foresters, arborists, and tree managers have agreed on the importance of species diversity within the urban forest.