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What’s Wrong With My Tree- Magnesium Chloride Toxicity

By Maria Olmsted | October 3, 2017

Winter in Boulder, Colorado is a hard time to be a tree. An often overlooked cause of stress for trees in urban and suburban environments is magnesium chloride toxicity. In the Boulder area, magnesium chloride slurries are often used to deice roadways and sidewalks during inclement weather; unfortunately, a lot of that slurry ends up […]

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Emerald Ash Borer in Boulder, CO

By Brandy Brown | June 9, 2014

Emerald Ash Borer.. The green monster, the green menace; no matter how you or your county extension or your arborist describes this insect, we in Boulder community must now add these terms to our vernacular.  As an invasive insect has now been found in the Boulder area, we are thrust into a time of decision […]

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Colorado 100 year Flood: Flooding effects on trees

By Brandy Brown | September 23, 2013

   

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Tree Removal over Boulder Creek

By Brandy Brown | September 21, 2013

https://youtu.be/GY9Juj8WhAg Arborist Dustin Brown safely removes this dangerous tree over Boulder Creek. Blue River Forestry & Tree Care specializes in all aspects of arboriculture.

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Emergency Tree Removal Boulder Creek

By Brandy Brown | September 21, 2013

  The recent rains and flooding in Boulder and our surrounding communities left our towns devastated.  Homes, schools and lives must be rebuilt.  As a community we are know for our love of the outdoors. Hiking trails and bike paths are cherished by people from all walks of life. We live in Colorado because the […]

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Tree Trimming in Central Park, Boulder, CO

By Brandy Brown | September 16, 2013

There is always an obstacle or two to tackle on the job-site when it comes to tree care, and trimming trees in downtown Boulder’s Central Park came with a few. For those of you that know the highly populated area of Canyon and Broadway, this job entailed high traffic control and expert pruning by our […]

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