Take Care of Your Lawn and the Earth!

┬áIt’s been sitting there for years, a tree that has grown considerably over the past decade. Its branches have nearly stretched to your roof and every fall, it sheds its leaves until your carefully trimmed lawn is lost beneath a blanket of dead foliage. Despite its mess, your family has enjoyed sharing picnics under the shade it provides in the hot summer months. Your children have enjoyed climbing its branches and using it as a base for games of tag. In some aspects, it is as much a part of your family as the dog or cat has become. Because of this, you’re stuck in a dilemma. It’s grown too large to be considered safe, especially during those stormy months, but you can’t imagine just chopping it down. What can you do?

Whilst simply cutting the tree down may seem like the easiest answer, easy is not always right or …