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Victorian Tree Climbing Championships for 2010

December 10, 2010

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Article written by Jack Balsamo. I am a climbing arborist with Tree Logic’s newly established tree crew, Logical Tree Management. On October 23rd I was involved in the Victorian Tree Climbing Championships for 2010 (presented by the Victorian Tree Industry Organisation – VTIO). This fantastic event was located in Burke Road Park, Warrigal and boasted […]

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Plenty Trees for Kids

September 8, 2010

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On Wednesday 14 July, the Tree Logic physical services staff had a planting day at Plenty Parklands Primary School after they were successful winners of the Arbor Day Competition ‘Trees for Kids’.

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Plenty Parklands Primary, Trees for Kids winner

May 10, 2010

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Congratulations to Plenty Parklands Primary School. You are the winner of the free tree planting program as provided by Tree Logic and Mt William Nursery. Thanks to everyone for your nominations. It was a very difficult process to find the winner with so many nominations received. Plenty Parklands Primary School entered the competition stating: We […]

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Trees for Kids

April 8, 2010

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In celebration of Arbor Week, Tree Logic is offering a free tree planting program called Trees for Kids to support Victorian schools, kindergartens and community based organisations. A customised tree planting plan will be supplied by Tree Logic with trees supplied by Mt William Advanced Tree Nursery. Tree Logic staff will even plant the trees […]

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Treenet

November 27, 2008

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Lee Carr Tree Logic’s Office Manager and Wayne Bloxidge Team Leader Outdoor Services from Tree Logic recently attended the 9th National Street Tree Symposium in September joining others passionate about sustainability practices in their industry. A big thank you to everyone who supported the Tree Logic Stand at the Symposium. With increased crowding within urban […]

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