It is officially summer and this coming weekend we get to celebrate another fabulous long weekend, as Canada celebrates its 145th birthday! Happy Canada Day my friends! So what do you have planned for the long weekend? Will you be attending the fun down at Harris Park in London, Ontario on July 1st, as you… Read more »
Events, places, people and things which touch Canada.
Today is the first day of summer. By this time of year, all the trees are in full leaf. As one goes about the city, you can spy how trees differ in height, shape, but most especially by colour. It is amazing the diversity of them. Trees really do come in a rainbow of hues,… Read more »
While Basswood might excite some hand carvers, Robbin Wenzoski‘s favourite wood to work with is black walnut. Of course, he doesn’t do much hand carving when he transforms a chunk of wood into art though. He prefers to work with a chainsaw and has since he first began carving eight years ago. So when he… Read more »
Any arborist who has been in the industry as long as Curt McCallum knows that when you hear about a major storm whipping through an area, major storm cleanup is sure to follow. The CLC Tree Services team has been to many locations where trees needed to be assessed, stabilized and removed as quickly as possible. The F3 Tornado… Read more »
The recent article we shared from the London Free Press, about London’s struggle with the emerald ash borer, was presented in a rather bleak tone. Far be it for CLC Tree Services to challenge the wisdom of the press, but we thought that you should know a little more about this destructive insect and what… Read more »
I think it is safe to say that Spring is finally here to stay. Pale feet are peeking out into the world from the freeing comfort of flip flops everywhere we look. Winter coats have been replaced by light spring coats, or no coats at all. Motorcycles are revving to life, as are a fair… Read more »
Chirp! tweet, twitter, tweet tweet… Ah, the sounds of Spring. Birds have returned and the air is filled with their music. Robins flit back and forth, mourning doves low in the trees, and of course the Canada Geese honk noisily overhead. It seems like one moment the world is devoid of life, and the next the… Read more »