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Announcing the Launch of the New ArborCare Website

We are very excited to announce the launch of the new and refreshed ArborCare website. Visit us at arborcare.com. The new website now showcases what we do best, highlighting our complete residential and commercial tree care services. ( A glimpse of the new homepage) ( The previous homepage) Our goal with this new website is…

ArborCare Tree of the Month

ArborCare’s tree of the month for May is the “Golden Spice Pear Tree”. “Pyrus ussuriensis” is the latin Botanical name for the Golden Spice Pear.

Trees in Tourism

I’ve always found working in arboriculture an incredibly interesting industry, the passion that arborists feel for their environment is infectious. Although I am not an arborist; this keen interest in trees has me learning whenever I have the opportunity. Specifically, when I am traveling, anytime a tour guide starts giving me information about trees I…

Discover the World of Trees

Trees are some of the most abundant living things on earth. At ArborCare Tree Service Ltd., serving customers across Western Canada, we know that better than most people. Trees not only grace our living spaces, they create the life-giving oxygen by which we survive and nourish thousands of other living species. The elements and compounds…

More Information on Pruning & Topping Your Trees

Below, you’ll find a pair of articles written to help our customers in Western Canada as they make decisions about pruning and topping their trees. At ArborCare Tree Service Ltd., we want our customers to have the information they need to make informed choices. Read on to learn more, or contact us for more information.

Tree Growth Problems in Alberta and British Columbia

Most of us tend to give our trees very little thought when it comes to our home’s landscaping. The truth is your trees need just as much care and attention (if not more,) as the other aspects of your yard. Even with proper pruning and tree maintenance (such as pest control,) your trees can be…

Tips for Finding North If You’re Lost in a Forest

If you ever go hiking and become lost in the woods it is typically recommended that you find a relatively open area, stay put, and wait to be rescued. Rescue workers will have a much harder time tracking you down if you move around. If, however, you are positive that you know which direction the…

Tree Care in Calgary to Help Maintain Your Intelligent Plants

Plant communication is real thing and dates back to 1983, when two studies confirmed that certain plants and trees were able to protect themselves from insect attacks. According to the reports, willow trees, poplars and sugar maples began releasing a chemical to prevent bug infestation as soon as they discovered that their neighbouring trees were…

3 Fun Tree Crafts You Can Make with Your Kids

Many residents of Western Canadian cities such as Kelowna, Calgary, and Edmonton have trees in their yards. Instead of throwing out the branches and twigs you collect when cleaning your yard or trimming your trees, why not save some of them for fun crafts that you can make with your kids? Here are three quick…

Fall of the Dinosaurs, Rise of the Deciduous Trees

This past summer’s release of the blockbuster Jurassic World once again piqued the general population’s curiosity in how dinosaurs lived. One fact that you may be interested to know if you’ve turned into a bit of a dinosaur enthusiast is that the dinosaurs that once trampled though the forests of North America were surrounded by…