Why Hire a Tree Service

By Brandy Brown | December 1, 2020

Why Hire a Professional Tree Service in Boulder, Colorado Many may think that hiring a professional tree service is only necessary for tree trimming. However, there are many other benefits of hiring a professional trained in arboriculture for the care of your Boulder, Colorado landscape. Blue River Forestry & Tree Care has a team of […]

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Yes! We’re Open! Our Response to COVID-19

By Brandy Brown | April 29, 2020

At Blue River Forestry & Tree Care, the health and safety of our staff, clients, and community are our highest priority.  We are taking every measure possible to adhere to the guidelines laid out by the City of Boulder Emergency Orders 2020-3, 2020-4, and 2020-6, in order to do our part to “flatten the curve” […]

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Emerald Ash Borer: Where are we now?

By Brandy Brown | February 20, 2019

Emerald Ash Borer was discovered in the City of Boulder, by a Boulder City Forester in September of 2013. Since this discovery, the municipalities in Boulder County and all of Colorado have been diligently working to research and educate the public on how we can all assist in controlling the spread of the epidemic set […]

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Storm Damage and Emergency Tree Care

By Maria Olmsted | January 19, 2018

Between seasonal wind and sudden, heavy snow storms, emergency tree work sometimes feels like a full time job in Boulder County, Colorado. While it can be tempting to try to take care of a damaged limb or tree yourself, please keep in mind that trees, especially when damaged, may respond in unpredictable ways that can […]

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What’s Wrong With My Tree? Kermes Scale and Drippy Blight

By Maria Olmsted | December 27, 2017

There’s no denying that big, stately oak trees add character and beauty to any landscape. Unfortunately, an old pest has presented a new threat to red and pin oak trees in the Front Range. Kermes scale, a familiar parasitic insect that feeds on sap from the vascular tissues of oak trees, has recently been associated […]

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Winter Watering and Tree Care

By Maria Olmsted | December 22, 2017

Winter is definitely upon us here in the Front Range. Trees have dropped their leaves, we’ve had our first couple of snow falls, and night comes cold and early. It’s important to remember, however, that just because the trees have gone dormant, they’re still alive and require water to maintain biological processes. In Colorado, it’s […]

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