Tick Season and Threat of Powassan Virus Increased Ticks in Summer 2017 It’s predicted that ticks may prove to be a serious problem in Westchester and Fairfield counties this summer. An increase in the tick population is expected because Winter 2017 was unseasonable mild and with minimal freezing temperatures, more ticks were able to survive and […]
Emerald Tree and Shrub Care Receives Gold Star Award from TCIA On Thursday, April 27th, just a day before National Arbor Day, Two local businesses received the Gold Star Award from the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA): Emerald Tree and Shrub Care, a family owned, Westchester-based provider of high-quality arboriculture and plant health care […]
Press Release. Emerald Tree & Shrub Care Company—Westchester and Fairfield counties’ leading arboriculture services provider, offering expert care to residential and commercial clients since 1996—is celebrating its 20th anniversary by answering the top questions posed to its master arborists and offering springtime tips.
As seen in Westchester Magazine. The Zika virus has made it to Westchester, as the county’s first case has been confirmed—the infected man had traveled outside of the United States,
As seen in lohud The Journal News. A warmer winter than usual means it will be a banner season for mosquitoes, says arborist William Demarest.
As seen in Scarsdale Inquirer. Scarsdale Mayor Jon Mark, state assemblywoman Amy Paulin and Emerald Tree Care co-owner Steve Farrelly stand in front of the newly planted black gum tree donated to the village of Scarsdale at the Arbor Day celebration at Hyatt Field Friday, April 29.