Posted: January 11, 2024

In this New York Times article, Davey's Tree Safety: Why do Trees Fall After Heavy Rain blog is referenced to help educate people about tree safety before and after storms. Fallen tree uprooted near house

Like homes, cars and electricity lines, trees provide vital services. But they can also be dangerous, even deadly, in storms or when they are not cared for properly.

There are signs that can let you know when a tree is unhealthy, according to Davey Tree, a company that provides tree and shrubs services across most of the United States and Canada. For example, leaves may thin, wilt or turn color out of season. Sections of a tree may stop leafing. The soil underneath may appear cracked or heaving. The roots may look soft, mushy or black. 

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