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Are You Feeding Your Oak Trees?

All tree species require vital macro & micro nutrients for their growth, resistance to disease, optimal health and longevity. Tending and...

Surgical Removal Of Infected Tissue

Surgical removal of infected tissue in a Coast Live Oak. You can see the bleeding of the tissue in the first photo, identifiable by...

Insect Damage In Trees

Insect damage in trees can be hard to spot. Often there are only a few bored holes or deep cracks in the bark. Once we cut in to the...

Valley Oak Trees Treatment

Valley Oak Trees treated with limewash and our fire mimicry protocol of compost tea, soil minerals & moss removal. Located at the...

Elemental Tree Network Philosophy

Without low intensity beneficial fire & Traditional Ecological Stewardship by Indigenous people, the health of Oaks and native tree...

Sequence Of A Wetwood Infection Removal

Bacterial wetwood, also known as slime flux, is caused by an infection of one or more of several bacteria. It results in a water-soaked,...

What Would Fire Do?

What would fire do? ~burn that sh*t off! It is a common misconception that mosses & lichens are a beneficial mutualism that is “natural”....

There Were Worms In There!

Sequence of a surgery on a Coast Live Oak. Insect damage wrapped around nearly half of the stem. Successful surgery indeed!

Scopin' Out For Disease

Scopin' out for disease on these elder Oak Trees! Never know what you’re gonna find livin' in there!

Out Here Clearing!

Out here clearing! Before & after of a tree that looked very stressed and totally transformed after some simple pruning. Fire clearance...

Surgery On A Coast Live Oak

Surgical process of the removal of an infection on a Coast Live Oak. Photo 1: post infection removal Two trees grew together & created an...

Tending The Fire

Fire is a primary element of ecological balance and has been utilized by Indigenous people as traditional stewardship for thousands of...

Grandmother Oak

Grandmother Oak. This ancient Coast Live Oak tree is over 800 years old. With clear evidence of tending and pollarding by the Uypi...

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