Buckley Tree Service

Buckley Tree Service
Buckley Tree Service offers Tree Services services in Waukesha WI.

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Buckley Tree Service has an overall ZapScore of 64. This means that Buckley Tree Service has a higher ZapScore than 64% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Waukesha, Wisconsin is 38 and in the Tree Services category is 27. Learn more about ZapScore.

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The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection has scheduled a series of open house meetings to present this year’s gypsy moth aerial treatment plans. Meetings will be held March 13 in Viroqua, March 14 in Menomonie, and March 15 in Ladysmith. “The gypsy moth is a serious invasive pest that threatens our forests and urban trees. It can have a negative impact on Wisconsin’s timber, paper, nursery and tourism industries,” said Christopher Foelker, manager of DATCP’s gypsy moth program. Beginning in May and continuing through late July or early August, DATCP plans to treat selected areas in western Wisconsin using low-flying planes. A total of approximately 170,777 acres at 51 sites in 18 counties are scheduled for treatment. These areas have been identified as having increasing populations of gypsy moth, a destructive non-native insect with an appetite for hundreds of different species of trees and shrubs. Counties scheduled to receive aerial treatments are: Buffalo, Chippewa, Crawford, Douglas, Dunn, Eau Claire, Grant, Green, Lafayette, Pepin, Polk, Richland, Rusk, Sawyer, St. Croix, Trempealeau, Vernon, and Washburn. Gypsy moth program staff will present information regarding treatment plans at these sessions. Attendees will have the opportunity to speak with staff, learn more about the gypsy moth, and view maps of treatment areas. The open house schedule is as follows: Viroqua: Monday, March 13, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Viroqua Public Library, 205 South Rock Avenue, Viroqua, WI 54665 Menomonie: Tuesday, March 14, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Community Services Building, Room 101, 3001 US HWY 12 East, Menomonie, WI 54751 Ladysmith: Wednesday, March 15, 12 noon to 2 p.m. Ladysmith Public Library, O’Connor Room, 418 Corbett Ave W, Ladysmith, WI 54848 Those not able to attend the meetings or who would like more information regarding the program can visit http://gypsymoth.wi.gov. Also connect with DATCP on Twitter (http://twitter.com/widatcp) (@widatcp) or Facebook (http://facebook.com/widatcp). County Acres to be Treated (Estimate) Buffalo 17,285 Chippewa 26,341 Crawford 4,064 Douglas 40,358 Dunn 32,494 Eau Claire 898 Grant 21,201 Green 744 Lafayette 1,644 County Acres to be Treated (Estimate) Pepin 628 Polk 1,783 Richland 878 Rusk 13,217 Sawyer 429 St. Croix 6,352 Trempealeau 1,838 Vernon 1,229 Washburn 431 Contact: Nolan Stracke, Public Information Officer, 608-215-5476, nolan.stracke@wisconsin.gov Bill Cosh, Communications Director, 608-224-5020, william2.cosh@wisconsin.gov

Emerald Ash Borer Update! . Find an updated list of communities where there is confirmed EAB. The complete list and an interactive map are available at emeraldashborer.wi.gov. Three new communities in previously quarantined counties have been added since the last update: • Monroe County -- Town of Angelo • Sheboygan County -- Towns of Lima and Wilson, Village of Waldo • Winnebago County -- Town of Vinland We expect to continue finding new locations within the quarantined counties. If you have any questions about EAB and treatment options, you can message us through Facebook, visit our website at www.buckleytree.com, or contact our office at 262-547-4732.

Buckley "The Tree Care Specialists" is at KI Convention Center.
We had a great time at the Wisconsin Arborists Association annual conference. We were able to see old friends and make new ones! As always, the lectures were great!

Buckley will be attending the Wisconsin Arborist's Association and DNR annual conference February 19th through 21st. The conference is a great place for our certified arborists to attend lectures and continue their education. Keeping up to date on new climbing techniques, rigging practices, new insects and diseases, and equipment allows us to work safer and more efficiently. http://www.waa-isa.org/events-programs/annual-conference/

Buckley "The Tree Care Specialists" is with Tim Harris.
Buckley was recently at Mid-State Technical College-Wisconsin Rapids and UW-Stevens Point for career fairs. We met with a lot of young, talented people who will be shaping the future of Urban Forestry. We had a great time and are excited for our industry!!!