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Residents Heed Tree Warnings, Power Line Risks
Property owners around Wairarapa are heeding Powerco’s safety warnings tokeep trees near power lines maintained especially during storm season. Masterton resident Catherine Graham had an old gum tree on her UpperPlain property cut down this week after hearing about Powerco’s scheme topay for the rst maintenance cut for trees growing too close to power lines. more >>
5500 Native Trees Planted On Huge SH1 Project
Treescape Environmental completed the first stage of a landscape enhancement project along SH1 at Kamo in Northland. We were approached by Opus in 2013 to look at how best to cost effectively clear tree weeds from the side of a busy highway and prevent their re-establishment. more >>
Taking Recycling To New Extremes
A west Auckland Council crew undertook the interesting job of repurposing a section of a timber from a nearby pine tree that had been scheduled for removal, to create a feature park bench along the Twin Streams Walkway, in Urlich Esplanade. more >>
Land Clearing work helps support new wildlife sanctuary in Palmerston North
Treescape’s Wellington depot have recently become involved in the Wildbase Recovery project in Palmerston North. Their in-kind donation will be used to remove trees for the new facility which will provide shelter and world-class care for native wildlife to rehabilitate from illness and injury. more >>
Tackling Pesky Beehives All In A Day's Work
We had a call from Margaret at Kiwimana; she needed some assistance to get a bee swarm down from a tree in Massey, West Auckland. Kiwimana is listed with Auckland Council as a volunteer service for collecting swarms, as well as undertaking various bee related services. more >>
Joining The Fight Against Auckland's Fruit Fly Invasion
Treescape Environmental have been working alongside many other contractors to assist with the eradication of an isolated population of fruit fly found recently in Grey Lynn. A Controlled Area has been implemented around the original detection site, with efforts to try and prevent the insect from moving out of that area.  more >>

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