April 10, 2017 - Village Trees, LLC completed a technical writing contract with the Arbor Day Foundation in support of its "Case for Trees" initiative. The document lists over 30 research-based benefits trees provide to people.
January 25, 2016 - A year-long assessment of Metro Nashville-Davidson County's urban forestry program has been completed. The document includes an analysis of existing resources with recommendations on how Metro government can improve and increase the county's urban forest canopy. The document was prepared by Ashworth Environmental Design with technical support from Village Trees, LLC.
September 16, 2014 - Village Trees, LLC completed a 100% tree inventory on the campus of Columbia State Community College. Information was collected on 529 trees.
Data included tree health, size, species, and GPS coordinates. A total of 66 tree species and cultivars were recorded with an estimated value of $2,613,812. The final report listed 12
specific steps the community college could take to manage this valuable natural resource.
September 1, 2014 - Village Trees, LLC completed a one-year technical writing contract with the Arbor Day Foundation to help unveil its "Faces of Urban Forestry" website. The website will contain the personal profile stories of ordinary citizens telling how an urban forestry project made a difference in their community. Every state and U.S. Territory will start with at least one profile. Village Trees, LLC interviewed 22 people representing 17 states.
June 4, 2014 - The Florence Tree Commission invited Village Trees, LLC to provide a workshop for its members. The workshop focused on the "4 Elements of a
Successful Tree Commission." Eight (8) Florence Tree Commission members attended the workshop. Following the workshop, site visits were made at two city locations to discuss local tree
issues and possible solutions.
August 21, 2013 - Village Trees, LLC completed its first street tree inventory contract over the summer. The project area covered a 4 square miles and included 54 linear street miles in what is called the "Inner Loop." Detailed information was collected on 2,225 trees. Another 792 potential planting spaces were identified. Data is in a geospatial format with digital images for each tree. The 32-page report will be used by government and nonprofit groups to use their resources in a coordinated manner.
September 18, 2012 - Village Trees, LLC is now located in Nolensville, Tennessee. We're 20 miles south of Nashville and within easy access of our primary service area. The new location allows us to better focus our attention to meeting the needs of communities in a 5-state region (Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee).
March 1, 2012 - Village Trees, LLC offers consulting services to local governments, educational institutions, and nonprofit organizations. Learn more by exploring our website or contacting us for more information.