Written by: Collin McMichael Most trees, especially the evergreens around town, are not looking so hot right now. You have probably heard that it’s a good idea to wait and see what happens, [...]
Why I Hugged a Cedar Tree Collin McMichael, Education Coordinator TreeFolks Physical distancing is the new normal, thanks to the novel coronavirus. Luckily, trees are not susceptible to this [...]
The evidence is in: Urban trees improve air and water quality, reduce energy costs, and improve human health, even as they offer the benefit of storing carbon. And in cities across the country, [...]
30 years ago, the founders of TreeFolks hatched a simple plan and it worked “In December 1988, six friends crouched around a bonfire on a large farm near Cedar Park. Austinites Ken Gaede, [...]
Contact: Jessica T. Brown, TreeFolks Telephone: (512) 443-5323 Email: email@example.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 16, 2018 “Problem tree? No problem!” say [...]
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