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Tree Keepers Presents at National Conference


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Pictured is Bob Stanley, Tree Keepers Consulting Arborist, who spoke to urban forestry professionals at the Community Forestry Conference in Tulsa, OK, on “The Cost of Not Maintaining Trees in the Urban Forest.”

Robert Stanley, Consulting Arborist and owner of Tree Keepers, LLC in Easton, MD, spoke to urban forestry professionals at the Community Forestry Conference in Tulsa, OK, on the cost of not maintaining trees… Continue reading

Tree Keepers Offers Free Walking Tour of Easton’s Unique Trees

On Thursday, November 7, 2013, from 10 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., Tree Keepers Consulting Arborist, Robert Stanley, will lead a Walking Tour of the Unique Trees of Easton. This leisurely quarter- mile tour is free to the public and sponsored by Brookletts Place – Talbot County Senior Center, where the tour will begin and end. Participants will be able to discover some of Easton’s most unique trees. In case of inclement weather (rain or snow), the tour will be held… Continue reading

Stanley Becomes Maryland Woodland Steward

Bob Stanley, Tree Keepers Consulting Arborist, recently participated in Maryland Woodland Stewards Training Program in Sharpsburg, MD.  This program is an educational program of the University of Maryland extension and teaches enthusiastic individuals how to be good stewards of natural land and good advocates for forest and wildlife stewardship in their community.

Participants not only apply the principles they learn to their own properties, but also actively encourage others to practice good forest stewardship using the principles of “Neighbor… Continue reading

Bob Stanley Knows the Heart of Trees

Growing up in Falmouth, Maine, Bob Stanley of Easton, a consulting arborist and owner of the local company, Tree Keepers, learned that trees provide much more than meets the eye. Stanley recalls childhood memories centered around the trees near his home in Maine, which provided him comfort, adventure, and strength as he became a man.

He recalls, “My first memory is of a red maple tree in our yard that provided the first warmth after Maine’s harsh winters. I used… Continue reading

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