The Davey Tree Expert Company

The Davey Tree Expert Company
The Davey Tree Expert Company offers Tree Services services in Toledo OH.

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The Davey Tree Expert Company has an overall ZapScore of 95. This means that The Davey Tree Expert Company has a higher ZapScore than 95% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Toledo, Ohio is 37 and in the category is 27. Learn more about ZapScore.

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ITCC begins next Friday in Washington, D.C. Best of luck to those competing! For the list of competitors visit,†…

The Davey Tree Expert Company shared International Tree Climbing Championship (ITCC)'s post.
Davey is proud to be the presenting sponsor of the International Tree Climbing Championship (ITCC). Best of luck to all the competitors as they compete for the title of World Champion. See you in Washington, D.C.!
ITCC is a little more than a week away! Check out the list of competitors who will be at the ITCC July 28-30 in Washington, D.C. including returning champions James Kilpatrick and Chrissy Spence.

A rare color image from the Davey Archives, likely circa 1950s, shows a fleet of spray trucks used for tackling off-road service areas. #DaveyHistory

A fleet of Davey spray trucks from the 1950s. #DaveyHistory #TBT

@StyleGuyJared Hi Jared, please send more information and your location, via email to and we will in†…

RT @NOhioPGA: The final round of the 97th @DaveyTree Ohio Open has begun. Who will claim a championship won by Nicklaus and Nelson?? https:…

@CMcKerracher Hi Chris, please contact our Edmonton office at 780-428-8733 and ask for Jesse Imbeault. Thank you. -Your Davey Social Team

Tips for preventing insect bites and stings during the summer include avoiding cologne or perfume and wearing clothing that covers as much of the body as possible.

Read DeepRoot’s blog reviewing a 2016 collaboration study by the Davey Institute, the SUNY Department of Environmental Resources Engineering and the U.S. Forest Service Northern Research Station.
Cities are generally both warmer and more polluted than non-urban areas, as paved surfaces absorb heat, leading to increased energy consumption, and vehicle and human activity produces waste and airborne particulate matter. These have huge negative consequences for human health, but a dense urban tr...

The Davey Tree Expert Company shared Parco Nazionale d'Abruzzo Lazio e Molise's video.
Imagine if trees could talk.
Il battito della foresta #100 1 albero, 365 giorni / 1 tree, 365 days © Bruno D’Amicis/Umberto Esposito - Un faggio “speciale" monitorato per un anno intero da un occhio nascosto, che non si chiude mai. Quattro stagioni che scorrono attorno a un importante crocevia di odori, segnali e messaggi lasciati quotidianamente dalla straordinaria fauna dell'Appennino. Quello che vedete qui è solo una sintesi di questa esperienza incredibile. In questi due anni di lavoro di campo, noi abbiamo compreso che nella vastità della foresta gli alberi non sono affatto tutti uguali. Ci sono alberi dove deporre le proprie uova o trovare un rifugio sicuro; alberi su cui cercare il cibo o, più semplicemente, grattarsi e lasciare così una traccia del proprio passaggio. Chissà quanti sono questi alberi... Ci auguriamo che dopo questi 100 “battiti" guarderete alle splendide faggete vetuste del PNALM con altri occhi! Grazie per averci seguito ogni settimana e arrivederci a presto, Bruno D’Amicis & Umberto Esposito Il team di “ForestBeat" Un ringraziamento sincero e doveroso va ai Servizi Scientifico e di Sorveglianza del PNALM per la preziosa collaborazione. A “special” beech tree kept under observation for a whole year by a concealed eye, which never closes. Four seasons unfolding around a crossroad of smells, signals and messages left behind by the extraordinary wildlife of the Apennines. What you see here is just a small part of this incredible experience. In the past two years, we have understood that in the vastity of the forest each tree is unique. There are trees where to lay your eggs or where to find a safe cover; trees on which to look for food or, simply, to scratch your back and thus leave behind a trace of your passage. Who knows how many of such trees are around… We wish that after these 100 “beats” you can look at the gorgeous PNALM beech forests with different eyes! Thanks for following us every week until here. See you soon, Bruno D’Amicis & Umberto Esposito, The “ForestBeat" team We want to thank here the PNALM Scientific and Ranger Service for their precious collaboration. Scoprite di più su / Discover more on: #parcoabruzzo #forestbeat #faggetevetuste #immaginieavventure @brunodamicisphoto, @silvapictures, @wildlifeadventures