Davey in the News

  • Texas Trees Think It's Spring, Not Fall. Davey Arborist Tells Us Why Davey Arborist Dave Madden tells KVUE-TV viewers why trees are blooming unexpectedly in spring. See more
  • The Social & Health Benefits of Trees Trees in our woodlands, landscapes and communities pay us back in many ways, and we are getting better at understanding these benefits. See more
  • Davey Helps Homeowners Prepare Their Trees for Sacramento Valley Windstorm CBS Sacramento interviewed Davey’s own Rick Close about the windstorm and the high volume of customer calls. See more
  • Davey Tree’s roots firmly in employee education KENT: In 1909, John Davey began a formal program to pass on his knowledge of trees to employees at his growing tree service company. More than 100 years later, Davey Tree Expert Co. workers from all over the country still make a pilgrimage to Kent for intensive training. At the four-week program, they learn all things trees — from the subject of pruning to diseases and pests that threaten them, to environmental benefits. See more
  • How they keep the 'expert' in Davey Tree Expert Co. They are examining trunks for telltale signs of destructive pests. Identifying trees. Learning how to spot various diseases of the leaf and root. This is what month-long training looks like for employees of The Davey Tree Expert Co. But because the training is taking place in Kent, those holes in local tree trunks weren't really left by the Asian Longhorned Beetle. They're little dabs of paint meant to simulate the holes the beetles chew into the wood. See more
  • Davey Tree's Organizational Changes Davey's recent organizational changes caught the attention of Akron Beacon Journal and Crain's Cleveland Business. Both publications ran stories in March on the promotion of Pat Covey to Chief Operating Officer. See more