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Preparing Trees for Winter in the New York Area

In this Newsday story, Kevin Sheehan of Davey's Long Island, New York, office talks about how to prepare the trees in your yard for winter. 

Posted: November 8, 2018

Though we’re entering the time of year when trees fade into the background — as they’ve gone bare or become blanketed by snow — it’s still important for homeowners to make sure the trees on their property are healthy and that they can survive the toughest storms.

Start with trees near the house

“A tree isn’t considered a problem unless it has a target,” says arborist Kevin Sheehan with Davey Tree in Syosset.

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