The Minnesota Davey Resource Group, Inc. office works with municipalities, businesses, and a variety of organizations to manage and protect the vital ecosystems known as urban forests.
Our team of certified experts provides long-and-short term solutions to help manage and grow your urban forestry program by strategically leveraging your community forestry benefits and creating sustainable urban forestry plans to accomplish your goals.
We are equipped with the technology and experience to help you with tree preservation, tree inventory management, urban forestry planning, and urban tree canopy assessments.
Tree risk assessment reports, tree and tree root protection zone calculations, mapping of critical root zones and trees to correspond with project plans, soil analyses, on-site monitoring, tree preservation action plans, and plant health care strategies.
Using Davey Resource Group’s proprietary inventory management software TreeKeeper®, our team of experts can examine and document tree health, assess the value of individual trees or overall benefits provided by trees in a neighborhood, city, or state, and spot potential safety risks.
Customized and turnkey solutions for master plans, tree inventories, data collection and analyses, invasive species mitigation, species selection, planting programs, and maintenance schedules.
With high-resolution GIS data, we can effectively classify and assess a community’s tree canopy for growth modeling, priority tree planting and planning, and the management of energy conservation, stormwater, and water resource initiatives.
TreeKeeper is a user-friendly, versatile tool developed by Davey Resource Group that can easily manage and access your tree inventory data from any location with an internet connection.
TreeKeeper continues to support and provide tree inventory solutions for:
Davey Resource Group can help control and eradicate non-native, invasive pests and plants and restore the ecosystem structure and function that may have been damaged by them.
Our experts can help you find the right solution for the most cost-effective treatment through:
A few common invasive species in Minneapolis and the surrounding areas include: