Saving America’s Iconic Trees

We are proud to share with you our “Saving America’s Iconic Trees” tour.

We want to continue to help save our country’s trees and want to let you be a part of it.

Over the years, Arborjet has treated some of the most well known, oldest, and largest trees across America. Their existence is embedded in America’s history and brings significant value to the communities they grow in and to the environment. Many of our native trees are under attack from invasive pests brought here through human travel and importation, from which they lack natural defenses. Additionally, a changing climate is putting many native trees under more stress and making them more at risk, while native pest populations are expanding, moving, and become more serious a threat to these trees.
One notable tree that we have treated is a large Banyan tree at the Naples Zoo to help it recover from damage sustained during Hurricane Irma. We also treated the  Pinchot Sycamore in Simsbury, Connecticut and some of the beautiful Sycamores in the waterfront park of Newburyport, Massachusetts on Arbor Day. Stay tuned for more treatments of iconic trees and nominate a tree that’s important to your community below.

Have a tree in your region that is beloved by you and your community? Nominate your own tree for our next tree treatment.


Previous Iconic Tree Treatments

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