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What Can you Do?

Tree Protectors Take Practical Actions
PLUS ...

• LOVE trees by being respectful, honoring life force, coming from the tree's point of view
• USE HOLISTIC methods
• DO HEALING WHISPERS: Messages from the heart with instructions for the intelligence of Nature

Practical Actions

Knowing the practical actions you can take to help trees that are stressed or sick. Find out the top 10 things that you can do to help trees.

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10 Easy Ways

There are 10 Easy Ways to Be a Tree Protector. The first way is "Love Trees." You probably already do more of them. Read about all of them at the blog.

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Kid's and Teen's Activities

Find out what qualifies young people to  become Tree Ambassadors. Kids and teens can be 1st Responders for tree health. They can get Messages from Trees.

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Quick Tree-Care Tips

Do the right things to keep your trees healthy.

WATER TREES DURING DROUGHT OR EXTREME HEAT!! They may have outgrown their area. Water slow, deep, and long.

Use CARE when transplanting not to damage roots. Plant AT soil level, do not pile extra soil on top of root ball. Water often.
 REMOVE BANDS OR TIES--they strangle fluid flows under bark.
For construction, install plastic fencing at the drip-line so that workers don’t dig, pile materials, or park under under trees.
Research! Plant the right tree in the right place.
 Protect young trees but don't tie anything to them.
Do NOT add soil, bricks, new plantings, stones, planters or walkways around or under an existing tree; it smothers roots and will kill the tree.  
After construction, do NOT regrade the soil over the roots. Leave the soil level where it was. Short walls can hold back excess soil at the tree's drip line.
Learn proper pruning techniques or hire a sensitive professional who knows how to ASK THE TREE where best to prune.
Use a sprinkling of mulch, don’t pile it up at the base. Heavy mulch can suffocate tree roots and draw chewing animals to the trunk.
LEAVE leaves; they have natural fertilizer and beneficials. Shred them for winter.  Avoid “topping” trees; it stops their overall growth.  Avoid road salt; it poisons them. 
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Learn innovative and unconventional ways to help YOUR trees survive environmental challanges and thrive.

Hate to see trees hurt

TreeProtector.org will show you things you can do to  help trees recover when they are damaged or stressed.

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We are always looking for TreeProtector.org writers, volunteer contributors, and tree advocates..

Jim Conroy, PhD.
The Tree Whisperer®
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Expert Nature Communicator™, Master BioBalancer®.  PhD in Plant Pathology, Author, Speaker, Teacher, Innovator in ecological healing approaches.  
Basia Alexander,
Chief Tree Protector
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Expert Nature Communicator™, The Chief Listener, Innovator and Catalyst for Cultural Paradigm Shift, Author, Workshop Leader, Creativity Coach, Publisher, Gardener.
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Tree Lover. Writer or Video Blogger. Connects with trees at deep levels.
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