British Tree Cover in the Future

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British tree cover could look very different by the end of the century.  If the world’s average temperature rises by 3 to 4 degrees by the year 2100, as many scientists have warned, the resultant hot and dry summers will kill many British natives.  We need to be proactive in planning ahead, as eighty years […]

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National Tree Week, David Beaver, Arborist

Help us Celebrate National Tree Week

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Trees play a crucial role in our environment, we would literally struggle to breathe without these ‘lungs of the planet’. Not only do trees look amazing (especially at this time of year) but they improve air quality, conserve water, preserve soil, are home to a huge variety of wildlife and keep us cool. David, EcoNorth’s Tree […]

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The Value of Urban Gardens for Conservation

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From an ecological perspective, urban gardening can be broadly described as the process of growing plants in private or domestic green areas alongside any actions conducted to increase the area suitability for wildlife.  Urban gardens provide a wide range of resources to biodiversity such as; substrates, food, nesting sites and overwinter sites (Davies et al. […]

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We Offer A Tree Climbing Service for Bats!

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Here at EcoNorth we believe in developing our team’s skill set and broadening the services that we can offer to our clients.  Our team members, Maria and Krzysztof, were very busy throughout 2017 and were overjoyed to have achieved their CS38 Tree Climbing and Aerial Rescue Level 2 certifications. EcoNorth is pleased to be able to […]

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A week as a trainee

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My first week working as a trainee with EcoNorth was many things: challenging, interesting, tiring, fast-paced. The one thing it was not – boring. After being introduced to my colleagues and some of the current projects, I was sent out to assist with a breeding bird check at a demolition site. Although most of my […]

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Trees

Trees? Yes Please!

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EcoNorth is pleased to announce that we are expanding the services we offer to include inhouse Arboricultural Services.  Arborist and expert in all things trees David Beaver formally joined the team this month allowing us to offer an even more comprehensive service to our clients. As a Member of the Arboricultural Association and former Lecturer […]

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