Re: Re: [permaculture-61] Having a large tree assessed for its health and my safety

From: Matthew
Sent on: Friday, September 23, 2011 12:34 PM
Megan,
assuming I am out of your client range (orange co is definitely out of mine)
if you come across anyone in Nassau County,Long Island with a hardwood tree coming down please let me know.  i also recycle these residential/street trees,  by chainsaw-milling them into large slabs(wide planks with natural edge) for use in my rustic  furniture making and artisan-craftwork (flutes,drums,bowls,wine goblets etc).
 
there are some photos of this milling/craft on my 1st link below,
i'll attach one as well.

Matthew
[masked]
Tribal Wind Arts
MindBodySoul-NY
Youtube


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Ashwani,

My regenerative forest management company, New York Heartwoods,
would be glad to take a look at your tree.  Though a newly-formed business, we have  over 37 years of tree management and forest stewardship experience to draw upon. 
You're a bit out of our
normal client range (we are based in Orange County, NY), but as a member
of the permaculture community we could make an exception!
Our ethos is to let trees continue to grow as long as they are healthy; and dead, dying and diseased trees are our specialty.
We've been dealing with many trees affected by the Hurricane, several in challenging locations such as yours.
We've also just finished cutting branches from an oak we took down into shiitake logs for a client.  In the case that your tree must come down we can make sure that the wood is put to good use that is in accordance with your values.
Feel free to email or call me if you'd like to discuss your situation further.

Best,

Megan
[masked]
www.newyorkheartwoods.com


Matthew
[masked]
Tribal Wind Arts
MindBodySoul-NY
Youtube

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