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Rewilding in the UK: What is it and why is it Important?
Before the industrial revolution, much of the UK was wild and unkempt; home to many native species that have long since disappeared and many more that are now in rapid decline.Read More
Posted By Paul George on Monday, 7th January 2019
Buyers Guide to Tree Planting
Trees tend to grow slowly and the management of tree stock is a long-term process that requires careful planning. Once trees leave the nursery, they are highly vulnerable and must be planted correctly to give them the best possible chance of thriving in their new environment.Read More
Posted By Paul George on Wednesday, 2nd January 2019
Is Bolsonaro bad news for the Amazon Rainforest?
October 2018 saw the election of the far-right political leader Jair Bolsonaro as Brazil’s President. Both environmentalists and indigenous community leaders have been vocal in expressing their concerns as to how this result will impact the future of the Amazon Rainforest. But if Bolsonaro delivers on his promise to open up the country’s rainforest to developers then it could be bad news for the entire planet.Read More
Posted By Paul George on Wednesday, 12th December 2018
Will Brexit affect the UK's Health and Safety Regulations?

Great Britain has solidified its reputation as having one of the best health and safety records in the world. Together with the EU, this country has created and implemented legislation that aims to mitigate health and safety risks, both on the business and consumer side.

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Posted By Paul George on Thursday, 29th November 2018
The State of the UK's Woods and Forests in 2018

Although investment in the industry has seen impressive growth year-on-year, we continue to face deforestation risks given that Britain has one of the lowest levels of forest cover—both by European and international standards.

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Posted By Paul George on Tuesday, 20th November 2018
Buyers Guide to Karabiners & Slings

Karabiners and slings (also known as strops) are vital components of the tree surgeon’s armoury. There’s a host of different products available, and understanding the functions and uses of specific items of kit is important to both efficiency and safety.

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Posted By Paul George on Tuesday, 13th November 2018
How to Conduct a Risk Assessment

A risk assessment allows you to lay down a plan that will minimise the chances of you, your employees, your client or the general public getting hurt while you conduct your day-to-day tasks.

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Posted By Paul George on Tuesday, 30th October 2018
Buyers Guide to Arborist Ropes
One of the regular questions that face an arborist is knowing which rope to select. As with most products, not all ropes are created equal - but understanding which option is best for your own requirements and budget requires a bit of product knowledge.Read More
Posted By Paul George on Friday, 26th October 2018
How to do a Tree Survey
Tree surveys give property owners vital information about their trees, so they can maintain and keep their land safe. It is the responsibility of every landowner to make sure all the trees on their land are structurally safe, especially if that land is open to the public.Read More
Posted By Paul George on Wednesday, 12th September 2018
Buyers Guide To Spraying Chemicals

We’ve dedicated a lot of these blog pages to arborist and tree surgery related topics, but we thought that it high time we explored some landscaping topics.

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Posted in Product Reviews By Paul George on Friday, 7th September 2018

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