Tree Health Assessments
The SWCD provides tree health assessments at no charge to Sherburne County residents. Tree health assessments help monitor the overall health, well-being, structural and functional integrity of all species of trees. Tree assessments also help ensure the safety of trees and increases their life expectancy.
Ensuring Tree Health Proper tree health involves monitoring and using preventative treatments to ensure your trees stay healthy. Discolored leaves, dead branches, insects infestations, and early leaf drop are all symptoms that may require a tree health assessment.
Ensuring Tree Safety
A tree that is going to fall or has any damaged branch poses a risk. It can be hazardous to homes or properties around that tree. A tree health assessment can recognize the issues and provide suggestions on the best course of action.
Ensuring Tree Aesthetics
Trees play a crucial role in enhancing the beauty, value, and overall appeal of a property.
A tree health assessment will promote better tree growth and development ensuring that your trees remain healthy and visually appealing.