Here’s a look at this week’s People You Should Know.
- Real Estate
- Food & Drink
Just because you might not be hearing much about emerald ash borer doesn’t mean it’s gone away. Far from it: Here’s the 2019 outlook and why you need to prepare now as conditions are going to start worsening.
A customer called for a second opinion on his dying pine trees. What happened then is a good lesson for everyone about how to keep your trees healthy.
The confirmation of emerald ash borer in Sioux Falls brought with it a lot of questions and concerns about the future of Sioux Falls’ urban forest. Certified master arborist Sam Kezar weighs in on the state of things and what it means for your business.
Now that emerald ash borer is in Sioux Falls, it’s a matter of being smart, acting quickly and developing a plan that won’t ruin your landscape or your bank account. That’s where he can help.
He’s one of only 2,000 arborists with this certification nationwide — and the only one in business in South Dakota. Here’s what he can do for the health of your trees.