Tree resources rochester and winona mn

Forestry Services

Maier Tree & Lawn provides tree resources in Rochester, MN and throughout the United States

NATIONAL

The International Society of Arboriculture
The International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) has served the tree care industry for over seventy years as a scientific and educational organization.

Tree Care Industry Association (a.k.a. The National Arborist Associaion)
TCIA develops safety and education programs, standards of tree care practice, and management information for arboriculture firms around the world.

American Forests
The Davey Tree Expert Company
National Arbor Day Foundation
TreeLink Website
USDA Forest Service - Urban Forestry Program
Center for Urban Forest Research
Tales from Urban Forests


STATE

The Minnesota Society of Aboriculture
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
The Minnesota Shade Tree Advisory Committee
Minnesota Community Forestry Program
Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association
Minnesota Tree Care Advisors Program
Tree Trust
University of Minnesota Forest Resources Extension
Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) - MN Dept. of Agriculture




LOCAL

RNeighbors
NeighborWoods Rochester is a partnership between public and private organizations to better our urban forest, in particular our boulevard trees. (A boulevard tree is one that lies on the right-of-way of a city street.)

 

 



GENERAL TREE INFO & QUESTIONS

Tree Identification - Pictures and Facts

The University of Minnesota Extension Service: Diagnosing Problems
Sustainable Urban Landscape Information Series (SUSTLAND)

The University of Minnesota Extension Service provides practical information to people who need it, when they need it. The goal of SUSTLAND is to provide sustainable landscape information to the public and to the horticulture/landscape industry.

For more information call our office at 507-286-TREE to talk to one of our Certified Arborists.

 

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