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Our contractors take on tree removal projects of all sizes and serve both residential and commercial customers. Services Offered: Tree Removal Fallen Tree Removal Emergency Tree Removal Stump Removal Tree Trimming Tree Pruning Branch & Limb Removal. Aug 15, Thousands of trees lie across Santa Cruz County forests that have fallen - by natural cause or human intervention - presenting the possibility of further fire.
I must get to the tree in early spring.
Large woody material in the creek- fallen logs, stumps, root wads, and large branches- provides an important source of cover, food, and shelter for fish and other stream dwellers. Submerged trees help the river's current to scour deep holes used by fish for refuge and cover. Areas of accumulated woody material have been. Feb 02, A Soquel man with a fondness for chainsaws patrols the Santa Cruz Mountains on his own time -- and own dime -- clearing fallen trees that often plague the ro. Aug 28, As residents return to their homes in Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties, crews battling the CZU Lightning Complex now have to contend with.
Mar 03, Santa Cruz County today did away with its longtime program of actively removing fallen trees and limbs from local waterways. The consensus among local and. Due to a fallen tree and wires, a soft road closure of Soquel-San Jose Road is in place until further notice.
Local traffic only, please. To check the status of wind-related road closures, go to. Oct 08, The variegated Lemonwood tree is an unusual cultivar seen in Santa Cruz county.
This is a man made hybrid between the Mexican hand tree and a California native.
This one shown here was a surprise to me walking in this neighborhood. There are other Lemonwood trees but this is the only variegated one. I wonder if it was a mistake, not a bad one, likely not intentional.