Keeping the Trails Safe

By Brandy Brown | July 13, 2012

Recently Blue River Forestry & Tree Care had the honor of working at Coot Lake in Boulder, CO. Heavy snows in the late fall and recent high wind storms have damaged trees along the path, that have made downed debris that was great for sticks for your dogs, but not so great for an afternoon […]

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Tree Care: The Benefits of Native Mulch

By Brandy Brown | June 14, 2012

Trees love mulch, young or old, it is a fact, trees love mulch. Flower beds love mulch, your garden loves mulch and those pesky weeds hate it. The benefits of placing mulch rings around your trees and in your garden is not only aesthically pleasing, it helps in the growth and vitality of your trees […]

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Tree Service: Caring for Cottonwoods

By Brandy Brown | March 20, 2012

The two most common types of Cottonwoods that live in Colorado are the Narrowleaf Cottonwood and the Plains Cottonwood. Cottonwoods are part of the Poplar family and in maturity are large, dense, beautiful giants that tower over our other smaller, common varieties of trees in Colorado. These regal trees hold much of Colorado’s history and […]

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Satisfied Client reviews Blue River Tree Care in her blog

By Brandy Brown | January 23, 2012

There comes a time in every tree’s life where removal is it’s only option, especially when it’s a giant Austrian Pine that has fallen to it’s death due to harsh winter winds.  Barbara Richardson was greeted with this tradegy at 8:30 in the morning  on January 19, 2012.  Not only had this giant Pine blown […]

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Emergency Tree Service Needed in Boulder Due to Harsh Gusty Winds

By Brandy Brown | January 21, 2012

By 8 am the phone was ringing as the wind gusts the night before reached highs of 104 mph in Boulder. As highly skilled arborists and a Boulder tree service, we put all hands on deck to clean up the tree damage from Boulder’s wind storm. Two days later even as I am writing this […]

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Why Hire a Tree Service

By Brandy Brown | December 2, 2011

The most common procedure in arboriculture and one we like to emphasize the most is tree trimming and pruning. This procedure is done for a variety of reasons and is always adapted to the specific tree species and the conditions of the environment. Trees in a “natural” forest setting rarely encounter a Certified Arborist, they live out their […]

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