ROB DRAL The Standard
NORTH DURHAM: After seven years dedicated to fighting forest fires all over Canada for the Ministry of Natural Resources, based in Wawa, Ontario, Adam Nuttall, moved back to Southern Ontario and decided to continue his goal of making a positive influence on the health of our planet.
Since he was a young boy, Adam has always had a love for the world’s forest. He decided to start a business with the aim of enhancing the life and vitality of trees while also improving their aesthetic appeal, thus Big Bear Tree Care was born.
Big Bear Tree Care is a group of Arborists, or tree surgeons (literally, the definition of an Arborist), dedicated to striking a balance between the form, function and greenery of trees.
Big Bear Tree Care offers a variety of services, including: tree and shrub pruning, plant healthcare, tree planting, storm damage emergencies, hedge trimming, tree removal, and will even hang up Christmas lights on the tallest of trees.
A very interesting service offered by Big Bear Tree Care is, arbosculpture or tree shaping. Tree shaping uses living trees and other plants as the medium to create works of art. Using techniques such as root shaping, artists can create living chairs into a trunk of a tree or bridges made of roots to create a river crossing. These works of art are the perfect marriage of practicality and nature.
Big Bear Tree Care employs skilled and environmentally conscious Arborists with an eye for detail and an expansive education in biology and ecology. They treat every project like it is a piece of art.
For a free estimate, please contact Big Bear Tree Care by visiting their website, www.bigbeartreecare.ca. “Preserving the life that gives us life.”
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