Yard and street trees reduce air and noise pollution, save energy, modify local and global climate, provide wildlife food and homes, and increase property values. They are on the job 24 hours a day, every day. It's tough for trees to coexist with humans. We put extra stress on them.
Information is available about:
- Selecting an Arborist provides helpful tips on choosing a tree care professional and links to the listing of arborists certified by the NH Arborists Association.
- The Tree Owner's Manual answers common questions about tree care- planting, pruning, fertilizing, and troubleshooting problems.
- Tree Work Contract
- Pruning storm damaged trees
- Large tree care and pruning
- Your Guide to Planting and Mulching Trees and Shrubs
- Landscape Trees: Susceptibility to Invasive Insects
- List of ice resistant trees
- Arbor Day
- Identifying Trees
- Common Pests of NH Trees and Forests
The Forestry Information Center can answer many of your questions. When sending an email please provide contact information (phone number and post office address)and the information you want.
If you have a sick tree? List diagnostics and sending samples to lab: