For example, pollarding and pruning can remove dangerous hanging branches or reduce the weight.
Jun 10, Removing Trees Generally, there ane no requirements for the harvesting of trees on non-shoreline parcels unless you plan to clear-cut more than 25 upland acres or 3 wetland acres, or the property is located in a Designated River Area. May 27, Nearly four years after more than cherry and maple trees were cut down in Colman Park to create a better lake view, a federal judge has fully paid off Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.
May 03, The Parks Department has cut down dozens of trees in Central Park, including a persimmon and a northern magnolia that was home to a family Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins.
Ancient trees need special care and protection.
May 24, ROLAND, Ark.- The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office has launched an investigation after hikers noticed nearly trees on a national trail were cut down illegally. “There is dead limbs everywhere and these trees– some of them will not survive. Some will, but some of them won’t. It’s not right” said Kay Sanders, a hiker. Street Trees. Street trees are trees on public property, generally in the space about 11 feet back from the curb.
Overland Park’s parks services and forestry staff will assist with the full removal of dead street trees in the right of way and storm debris cleanup for trees in the right of way. Staff will trim a tree if it poses an immediate threat to the right of way. Jun 07, Seattle Parks tells me there is a group of five trees that have been trimmed illegally: three were cut on private property bordering Golden Gardens Park and two trees were chopped on park.
Mar 24, cutting down, topping, lopping or uprooting a tree with a diameter less than 75mm; cutting down or uprooting a tree with a diameter less than mm to improve the growth of another tree, for example tree treecutter.barg: cutting park. Oct 08, According to the rules, residents must obtain a permit from the city’s urban forest manager (yes, that’s a real position) before cutting down any tree, even on private property.
If a hard-to-win permit is granted, the homeowner must, in the case of a live tree, either replant it or pay a fee that’s used to plant replacement saplings elsewhere in Takoma Park.