Arbor Day

The History of Arbor Day

Arbor Day is a holiday that celebrates the planting, upkeep, and preservation of trees. For centuries, communities spanning the globe have found various ways to honor nature and the environment. However, the appreciation of trees and forests in modern times can be largely attributed to Arbor Day. And although Arbor

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How trees make the world a better place

It is no secret that Embark loves trees! Not only are they our business, but they do so much for the world every day. Let’s explore how trees make the world a more beautiful, better place for us all! 1. Trees improve air quality. Trees are sometimes called the lungs

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prune a tree

How to Prune a Tree

Pruning helps trees grow strong and look neat and attractive. You would prune a tree to remove damaged branches, allow for new growth or create a distinctive shape. It’s important to do it correctly, so you don’t end up damaging the tree. 1. What time of year should you prune

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How Trees Benefit Us All

Trees have been with us throughout our whole lives. They’re the background of a favorite memory and that welcome patch of green our eyes seek as we gaze out our windows. While they are silent and stationary, trees hold tremendous powers, including the power to make all our lives better

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company culture

Why is the culture of your company important to you?

with Michael Newton First, what is company culture? Company culture refers to the attitudes and behaviors of a company and its employees. It is evident in the way an organization’s people interact with each other, the values they hold, and the decisions they make. Company culture encompasses a variety of

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texas trees

The Best of (and Worst of) Texas Trees

Texas is a paradise for trees. From the piney woods of East Texas to the oak forests of Central Texas, the Lone Star State is home to many native tree species. But before you plant just any old tree in your yard, take a moment to think about the kind

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