For immediate release
Tree Care for Spring
Ridgewood, NJ — Winter blues bringing you down? Think Spring! The Ridgewood Shade Tree Commission is pleased to present Master Arborist, Colin Milde to discuss proper tree care for spring.
The wild weather we have experienced – from deep freezes to nearly 70-degree days this winter and excessive rain this fall – has affected our plants. Changes in climate are impacting our trees and shrubs and planning for a happy, healthy spring growing season is even more important this year. In addition to weather, over mulching, improper watering, and pests and disease all impact the health of our trees.
So, what should be done to make sure your trees are healthy after a rough winter? Milde will provide strategies such as proper pruning, mulching, and fertilizing that can provide relief for the stressors mentioned above and ensure your trees grow healthy and beautiful this spring.
This lecture is free and open to the public.
What: Tree Care for Spring
Who: Colin Milde, Ramapo Tree & Shrub Care LLC
Where: Ridgewood Public Library, 125 N Maple Ave, Ridgewood, NJ
When: Tuesday, March 12th | 7-9pm
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About Colin Milde
Colin Milde is a Board-Certified Master Arborist with the International Society of Arboriculture in N.J. He spent the first 25 years of his career as a tree climber, and later became a New Jersey Licensed Tree Expert. Milde owns and operates Ramapo Tree & Shrub Care LLC in Mahwah, NJ.
About the Ridgewood Shade Tree Commission
The Ridgewood Shade Tree Commission’s (STC) purpose is to protect, preserve and enhance the shade trees in the village. Shade Trees are defined as trees planted next to streets on the Village’s property. The STC’s goals are to foster public-private partnerships to 1) educate the community about the contribution shade trees make to the Village environment and, 2) increase the number of shade trees in the village by actively promoting community tree planting programs.
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