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Fallen Tree Dangles Over Apartment Building

  • 23 February 2017
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The San Francisco Bay Area has been experiencing extreme rain patterns for the past couple of weeks. We have been dealing with many issues with trees uprooting and leaving some people without a home due to the tree falling on top of the roof. Luckily, no one has been hurt in any of our instances. On Tuesday afternoon on February 21st 2017, Anderson's Tree Care Specialists received the kind of emergency call we dread: an 88-foot redwood in a park

The Iconic Sequoia Has Fallen!

  • 14 January 2017
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Many of us that live in the San Francisco Bay Area have at one point walked under or rather through the "Tunnel Tree". I am sad to say that the powerful storm that graced the Bay Area on January 7th to the 10th has toppled this iconic tree in the Calaveras Big Trees State Park. The "Pioneer Cabin Tree," a sequoia in Calaveras Big Trees State Park, saw horses and cars pass through it over the years. More recently, only

The Rain Forests Are Disappearing at an Alarming Rate

  • 11 January 2017
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A tropical rainforest is an ecosystem distinguished by being warm and wet. To be considered a rainforest, annual rainfall in an area must be 75 inches at a minimum, and most rainforests get over 100 inches of rain every year. Moreover, temperatures in a rainforest are warm year-round. (There are other ecosystems known as “temperate rainforests,” which also get a lot of rain but have much cooler temperatures.)   Rainforests of the world: Tropical rainforests surround the earth’s equatorial zone

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