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Tree revitalization project flourishes in the wake of a damaging winter storm

On Oct. 12, 2006, Mother Nature dropped a winter storm that would change the landscape of the Town of Tonawanda, New York, for decades. The premature storm dumped 24 inches (61 cm) of snow on the town, damaged 1,600 trees in the town’s right-of-ways — in some cases, wiping out entire city streets — and left the town with a $26 million cleanup project.

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Re-treeing the Town of Tonawanda

From Those Who Know: Hamilton Tree Service

Keeping it in the family is the name of the game for Hamilton Tree Service. Started 50 years ago by Dex Hamilton, his son Grant carries on the full service company in California. Hear from Hamilton about operating two complementary businesses as part of the From Those Who Know series.

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Vermeer From Those Who Know: Hamilton Tree Service

Will work for perks

Employee benefits and incentives can be a powerful recruiting and retention tool. Perks can be a great way to boost employee satisfaction and, in turn, company culture and productivity.

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Will work for perks - Vermeer Tree Views

He likes being his own boss but values hard work, good equipment

Pat Stumpf is the owner of Woodland Tree Service, which does tree trimming, tree removal and stump grinding in the Twin Cities metro area in Minnesota. Most of the year, Stumpf employs four or five people and operates one crew. He’s often on the jobsite himself in addition to his duties drumming up business and bidding jobs.

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Vermeer From Those Who Know: Woodland Tree Service

From Those Who Know: McAllister Tree Service

Don McAllister will tell you how Vermeer brush chippers and mini skid steers are helping the crews at McAllister Tree Service make a positive impact in northeast Georgia. Watch his story as part of the Vermeer From Those Who Know series.

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Vermeer From Those Who Know series

5 reasons you should cross-train your tree care crews

An employee is standing around on a jobsite. Maybe he’s waiting for material to run through a brush chipper while the other crew members are taking down another tree. Meanwhile, the stump from the first removal is ready for grinding. One potential solution for this problem is to cross-train employees.

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Vermeer BC1500 wood chipper