Saluting Branches

September 22, 2017

cemetery with white veteran headstones and a tree cutting crane.

Splintered Forest was honored to be part of the 3rd Annual Saluting Branches event. Arborists across the country united together to provide exceptional tree care to help keep veterans cemeteries a safe, beautiful place for all who visit. Our crew joined with other local Arborists and tree service companies to provide care at the Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver, Colorado.

The Annual Saluting Branches event is a heartfelt tribute that brings together arborists, tree care professionals, and volunteers to honor and give back to our nation’s veterans. This remarkable initiative, held annually, combines the skills and expertise of tree care specialists with a deep appreciation for those who have served in the military.

During the event, arborists and volunteers gather at national cemeteries across the country to provide their services and expertise, focusing on the care and maintenance of trees within these hallowed grounds. The goal is to improve the overall health and beauty of the cemetery landscapes while creating a peaceful and respectful environment for those who visit to pay their respects.

The Annual Saluting Branches event stands as a testament to the powerful impact that arborists and volunteers can have when they come together to serve a noble cause. It not only honors our veterans but also promotes the importance of arboriculture in maintaining healthy and vibrant urban landscapes.

Whether you are a tree care professional, a volunteer, or someone touched by the significance of this event, participating in Saluting Branches offers an opportunity to give back to our veterans, nurture our natural surroundings, and create a lasting legacy of remembrance and appreciation.

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