Creating Spaces for People to Thrive

Vibrant outdoor spaces are a signal of vitality. We provide cost-efficient municipal tree services aligned with community values.

Municipal Solutions

We have the tools and experience to tackle municipal projects of any scale around the state of Minnesota, from trimming trees around town, to stump removal, to maintaining parks and trails.

Clearing

Clearing

For many construction projects, you don’t just need one or two trees removed—you need a large plot of land cleared of all existing vegetation. Our clearing crews use specialized equipment to thoroughly remove underbrush and trees from larger sites. We’re careful to gather up all material and debris and transport it off-site upon completion.

Destump

Destump

Our stump grinding services return your yard to a smooth, even surface that’s ready for landscaping. Our specialized equipment grinds the stump down below ground level, allowing for fresh topsoil and new plant growth. The chipped material that this process generates can be either mixed with the existing soil as mulch, or hauled away once the job is completed.

Remove

Remove

Removing a tree is a tricky operation best left to experienced professionals. After establishing a risk-mitigation plan, our crews use proper equipment and practiced techniques in order to safely and efficiently fell your tree. Once the tree is safely down, we haul away the logs and brush. These operations are typically completed within six to eight hours.

Trim

Trim

Annual tree trimming is a great way to ensure healthy long-term growth. Trimming can also be necessary to remove dead or hazardous branches before they pose a danger to your property. Our trimming crews use professional equipment and follow best practices to ensure that your maintenance is performed safely, efficiently, and will produce the best possible results for your trees and property.

Featured Tree Tip

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Trees are stressed—here's how to help

It’s no secret that 2020 has been a stressful year for pretty much everyone. People aren’t the only ones feeling the stress – trees are, too.

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