2 ARBORIST for NYC MILLION TREES to PRUNE
'NYC Million Trees' planted since 2006 need pruning for best vigor, property enhancement, and shade. Easiest, low-cost while still young.
5 NYC Garden Courtyards
NY Landscape Design, Restoration, Renovation for Residential | Commercial Courtyards NYC.
Trees NYC #1 Consulting Arborist
Manhattan Brooklyn Queens The Bronx
Photos by HLArb
City Canopy Shade Tree Mission
H LINE Arborist (HLArb) is dedicated to sensible, efficient tree preservation and vigorous tree establishment
because a healthy, well-integrated street canopy/urban forest improves the quality of life for everyone.
Manhattan trees as 'Green Infrastructure', for example, in a densely-built, paved environment, improve air quality, cool NYC's 'air', and reduce water pollution for the whole region. In addition, street canopies not only enhance streets themselves, but experiences on sidewalks, and life in nearby buildings.
All city trees -- in parks, on the street or yards of commercial and residential properties-- contribute to these important environmental values and objectives.
Why the "LINE" Arborist? The root reason here...
Why "Linear Arboriculture"?
NYC Parks CA Services
Construction Work Permits For architects, engineers, and contractors, through Reports and Inspections, we help get Permits so intended work minimizes impacts to existing NYC trees.
NYC Parks | Dept. of Buildings | Dept. of Transportation CA Reports
NYC Parks P-A Forestry Applications
NYC Site Inspections
Survey Plans in CADD
Site Tree Survey NY - ID, tagging, evaluation
Site Plan NY - Planting Plans |Plant Lists
9A Greenway HLocusts HLArb
These trees (and the arborist) weathered many challenges during construction.
City Canopy Preservation Gallery
Gallery highlights the most recurrent types of city construction projects that involve (potentially impact) street canopies.
(MVR) Michael Victor Ruggiero, Consulting Arborist, Urban Forestry NYC
ISA-Certified Arborist, International Society of Arboriculture #NY-5409A BS in Agriculture, with Distinction in Horticulture, Ohio State University