Just as you would want to care for yourself with pure air and water, clean nutrients, low stress, and the freedom to be—trees need those same things.

While conventional tree-care approaches and products have value at the right times, it’s the holistic approach that helps trees have healthy inner functionality and dynamic balance within their environment.

Yes, that idea is the true innovation that Dr. Jim Conroy--The Tree Whisperer®--brings to bear. It's the inner functionality and environmental interconnectedness that help trees become healthy. Just adding fertilizer or other products, or doing other invasive-type approaches isn't always the answer.

Inner functionality of trees? Since they are alive--just as you are alive--trees operate in complex feedback loops. They make their own food, which you and I can't do. So their circulation systems, photosynthesis, and other inner operations must work like a fine-tuned instrument. When that breaks down, they become stressed or go into a decline cycle. They are a lot like people in that way.

And, please don’t assume that because trees are green then they are healthy. They may be stressed in ways you don’t see.

Find a list of tree stressors at ____

So a holistic approach is best for trees.

Go to our sister website, PartnerWithNature.org to be inspired and informed about holistic and complementary approaches.

Click on the link to go to each of the 10 Easy Ways to Be a Tree Protector

#1 Love Trees

#2 Go for Walks; Really See Trees

#3 Recognize Trees as Living Beings

#4 Celebrate Trees

#5 Plant Trees

#6 Come From the Tree’s Point of View

#7 Do Holistic Tree Care

#8 Join the Millions of People who Talk TO and WITH Trees

#9 Open Up Dinner Conversations

#10 Speak FOR Trees

Please check our sister website: PartnerWithNature.org.