Davey in the News

  • i-Tree 5.0 Goes Mobile and Spreads Across the Globe In this story, the U.S. Forest Service highlights work done by Davey Tree on the i-Tree software suite, which is used to assess urban forests all over the world. The new version allows users to access the program with smartphones and tablets and also includes tree growth forecasts. See more
  • Opportunistic pests take advantage of drought-weakened trees This story ran in the Houston Chronicle and features Davey Tree expert Jack Swayze talking about insects and diseases attacking the local trees. See more
  • Todd Nedorostek, Arborist on Wheels In this story for the Virginia Connection Newspapers, one of Davey's district managers talks about his experience on the Tour des Trees. The Tour is a fundraiser for the Tree Research and Education Endowment Fund; this year riders traveled 585 miles a week in the Portland, Ore., area. See more
  • Davey's Work Flourishes at Henry Ford Estate Davey's long-term relationship with the Henry Ford estate dates back to the early 1900s when the company did tree cavity work on a huge bur oak. The story, featured in Davey's employee publication, The Bulletin, also details the work done today on the estate. See more
  • The winter (and spring) of our discontent In the May 2012 issue of Landscape Management, the Davey Institute director of technical services Jim Zwack shares his observations of Mother Nature's spin on spring. See more
  • Davey Names No. 2 Executive Davey's recent organizational changes caught the attention of Akron Beacon Journal business writer Katie Byard. Byard penned the following article about the promotions of Pat Covey, Jim Stief and James Doyle. See more