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  • 1. Indiana Parks and Recreation American Camp AssociationTrees: Plan, Plant and Enjoy! Judson R. Scott President, Vine & Branch Inc. Registered Consulting Arborist #392 MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:00 am to 4:30 pm4721 E. 146th StreetCarmel, IN 46033 Phone. 317-846-3778 Fax. 317-846-3788 [email_address]

2. Without planning...

  • Tuliptree Park
  • Or
  • Tulipless Park
  • We built this really
  • neat road around these
  • really neat trees.What do
  • you mean they need
  • to be removed?
  • For how much?

3. Study theSite plan 4. Pull an Aerial Approximate location of the property 5. Make a Plan 6. Formal landscaping? 7. Wild Side Gardening 8. Think about Size, Diversity, and Placement 9. Think about maturity. 10. Think about Use 11. Think about Use! 12. Think about Right Tree Right Place 13. Right Plant Right Place

  • Think about
  • maturity.
  • Line of sight
  • Issues can
  • Cost you!

14. Use Native Plants

  • Less pests
  • Wildlife
  • Heritage
  • Less
  • maintenance

15. Tree Preservation takes planning

  • Dont leave it to
  • the fox to guard
  • the chicken coop.

16. Foxes Tree Preservation Company 17. Write a Tree Preservation Plan

  • Tell them what to dobefore, during and after the construction process.

18. Planning and Preservation

  • Goal: To minimize the impact to the trees
  • Specifications
    • Details of what can and can not be done.
    • Explaining barriers, limitations, work zones, etc.
    • Set fines and penalties

19. Plan Hazard Tree Assessment

  • When you look at this tree what do you see?
  • It has leaves in the summer and has a nice trunk.

Wait!What is that hole? 20. Want to prevent this! 21. Sure dont want this! 22. Will Use a Tree Inspection Program 23. Plan Pest Management 24. Plant it Properly: Remove Burlap

  • Remove burlap, twine, and wire basket from all (or at least 1/3) of the root ball before planting

http:// www.watershedactivities.com/projects/fall/plantree.html 25. Plant it Properly:Find the Root Flare

  • Plant your tree in a hole that is 2-3x as wide as the root ball
  • Identify the root flair and keep the root collar above the soil line

http:// www.tlcfortrees.info/planting%20depth.htm 26.

  • Planting at the proper depth
  • will give you this in the long run

27. Instead of this.. 28.

  • Mulch at a depth of 2-4 inches, keeping the mulch ring 6-12 inches away from the root collar

Vermont Division of Forestryhttp://www.vtfpr.org/urban/mulching.cfm Plant it Properly:No Volcano Mulching 29. Prune it Properly 30. Planning Works-Tree Preservation

  • Orchard School

31. Planning Works-Tree Preservation 32. Planning Works-Tree Preservation 33. Historic Projects Crown Hill Cemetery 1875 34. Crown Hill Cemetery 2005 Historic Projects 35. Historic Projects

  • Ecolab-an urban wetland and historic landscape

1911-1914 36. Historic Projects Today 37. Historic Trees 38. Morgantown Indiana 39. You think you had a long day? 40. Nothing cooler than a tree! 41. The Role of a Registered Consulting .

  • Tree Preservation Planning.
  • Tree Appraisal.
  • Hazard Tree Assessments.
  • Tree inspection programs.
  • Dealing with Neighbors. ADR
  • Safety training.
  • Expert witness services.
  • EAB management plans.
  • Horticultural Consulting.
  • Overspray, volitization and chemical trespass issues.
  • Proper pruning.
  • Landscape design.