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Maintaining Your Living Environment

PRUNING
Proper pruning enhances the beauty of almost any landscape tree or shrub, while improper pruning can ruin or greatly reduce its landscape potential. An arborist can determine the type of pruning necessary to maintain or improve the health, appearance, and safety of your trees. Pruning is necessary when limbs are interfereing with wires or structures, limbs are rubbing, limbs are dead or weak and pose a threat, to train young trees, and to maintain or improve the shape or sillhouete of a tree.

CABLING & BRACING
Cabling and bracing are the two most common forms of structural support for trees. They are used as 1) a preventative measure to supply support to a tree that otherwise might suffer from breakage due to weak limb structure, 2) a restoration measure, in order to prolong the life of a damaged tree, or 3) reduce potential hazard.

FIELD & MEADOW
It's often important to landowners to keep fields and meadows open, or create open pasture in a specific area. Learn more about creating natural habitats for native New Hampshire plants and animals.

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