If you need help with the care of your trees, where to dispose of tree waste, or where to find a new tree to plant. Check the directory listings below for companies in your area.
A facility that uses biomass as a renewable energy source. Biomass is biological material from living organisms, such as wood waste, hydrogen gas, and alcohol fuels.
Compost is a mixture of decaying organic matter, as from leaves or manure, used to improve soil structure and improve soil nutrients. A compost site is where the process of decay and mixture is ongoing in various stages. Compost sites often allow the drop off of leaves, grass, brush, and small branches for a small fee or no fee. Most sites also have usable compost for purchase or no fee.
Wood used for fuel, often to heat homes or as fuel for camp fires. Check the Minnesota DNR's website for firewood near campgrounds, click here.
Establishments or businesses that propagate, breed, and cultivate trees and plants. Nurseries often have a wide variety of trees or plants at various stages of growth for sale.
Tree care is a variety of different practices that are used in the planting, maintenance, and removal of trees. A tree care provider or arborist is someone who is trained in the art and science of planting, caring, and maintaining individual trees. Tree care services often offer different services. E.g. some may only grind stumps, while others may only trim trees
A combination of various ways to use wood in creative and resourceful ways. Wood utilization includes the art of woodworking, cabinet making, table making, rocking and stable chairs, toothpicks etc. The list will continue to grow as the imaginative use of wood continues to grow. Click here for wood utilization ideas.