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Severe Thunderstorm Watch Includes Stearns County (KNSI) - The National Weather Service has extended a severe thunderstorm watch to include Stearns County. The ...
WATCH LIVE: KARE 11 radar KARE 11's live radar is tracking storms moving across the state of Minnesota. Winds up to 75 mph are the biggest threat with this line of storms.Welcome to t...
Worsening drought now doing a number on lake levels, fall leaf color The latest drought monitor shows nearly 50% of Minnesota is an extreme and exceptional drought.
Caring for trees in dry weather Homeowners and woodland owners can ensure that trees survive through dry periods by watering them. However, it is important to be strategic in how much and how often you water trees.
5:30 A.M. | SEVERE WEATHER ALERT
There is severe weather rolling through our service territory this morning and some members are already without power. If you lose power, please call us at (800) 962-0655 or report your outage via SmartHub. Crews are on standby and will work to restore power as quickly and safely as possible.
Photos from US National Weather Service Twin Cities Minnesota's post
Just a friendly reminder to our community, your trees are thirsty!
Just a friendly reminder to our community, your trees are thirsty!
Armyworms causing 'heavy defoliation' of trees around Lake Mille Lacs Forest tent caterpillars, also known as armyworms, are crawling up the tree trunks near Aitkin and feeding on leaves. While they may be native, they're certainly not welcome ...
Helpful graphic for planting 🌳🌴🌲#treecare #plantsometrees #keepitsafe #growtrees #mauget
As of today, the oak wilt status in Minnesota is high risk. Avoid pruning and cutting oaks this spring, and be mindful of construction activities near oak trees. https://extension.umn.edu/plant-diseases/oak-wilt-minnesota
Loved trimming this beautiful oak tree today!
Any tree, big or small, we can take care of them all!
Happy first day of Fall! 🥰🍁🍂
minnesotasnewcountry.com The leaves on the trees are changing colors already. I spotted it on August 23rd, and it had to have been happening well before that.
minnesota.cbslocal.com Severe Thunderstorm Warnings should be treated as Tornado Warnings.
NOAA NWS Storm Prediction Center
Friday, July 17th: Severe thunderstorms are expected across portions of the northern Plains into the Upper Midwest this afternoon into the overnight. Widespread damaging wind gusts (some gusts 75+ mph), large hail (some 2+ inch), and a few tornadoes are possible. www.spc.noaa.gov
U.S. National Weather Service (NWS)
As you head outdoors this holiday weekend, remember to take breaks, stay hydrated, and know the signs of heat stroke and heat exhaustion.
treesupports.com Original T-post Tree Support system (Tree-Mate), works great for Pot in Pot production growers and landscaping alike.
forecast.weather.gov The National Weather Service is your best source for complete weather forecast and weather related information on the web!
Happy Earth Day!🌱🍃
➡️Swipe➡️ Did you know Minnesota is home to over 50 native species of trees? If you're able these days, try to get outside and enjoy Minnesota's natural spaces. There's a lot of beauty on offer, and it does a person good—just practice social distancing if you run into others.
Avon Police Department, MN
A message from Chief Corey Nellis:
“As we navigate these unchartered waters of the COVID-19 pandemic, I wanted to reach out to our followers and to the City of Avon residents. In connection with the Avon Fire Department and the City of Avon staff, we wanted to reach out and remind you we are here, and you are not alone. If you are struggling with obtaining essential need items for your household during this time, contact us. We have designated personnel who will review your request. Upon review, we will coordinate and try to partner with services to help you with your emergency essential needs. If you know of someone who is struggling, please contact us as well. Our city will work together with the community and community needs and do what we can realizing sometimes our resources can be limited as well. Please contact us with any questions, comments or concerns. And, please let others know that may not have Facebook. Thank you.”
To reach the Avon Police Department, private message the page, call 320-356-7575 or email [email protected].
Tree Health Management
Trees are really positive, safe and healthy organisms to spend time with. Spend some time with your trees in the next few weeks! Here are five things to put on your spring checklist:
1. INSPECT trees and shrubs.
As we approach winter’s meltdown, our landscape may encounter standing water. Act now to help prevent damage to your landscape. Start inspecting your trees for pest damage and mechanical damage (snow plows, etc.). If you are not sure about necessary procedures or care, give us a call!
2. PRUNE dead branches.
Trees, like humans, age over time and may develop bumps and bruises along the way. Winter’s wind and snow damage take a toll on trees. Start protecting your trees with proper pruning techniques and timing—out with old branches, in with new growth.
3. PLANT new trees.
Spring into action to make an economically and environmentally smart decision to plant a tree this coming season. We offer a comprehensive tree planting package to ensure you end up with a healthy, sustainable tree.
o Increase property values.
o Reduce noise levels.
o Absorb carbon dioxide.
o Reduce air temperature and humidity.
o Decrease energy consumption.
o Stabilize soil by controlling wind and water erosion.
o Provide habitat for wildlife.
4. MULCH your landscape.
Adding mulch to your landscape can bring a rich accent to any flower bed or tree. Not to mention, it secures the organic matter trees need beneath the soil surface. Email us for simple guides to proper mulching techniques.
5. Supply Nutrition to your plants.
Your trees and plants are hungry for nutrients and vitamins after the winter months. Our nutrition package is designed to not only replace nutrients but also to improve plants’ resistance to damage from diseases, insects and stressful weather. Want to DIY? Great! We are happy to supply you with the best products, created for your specific trees. Call us today!
Women Fish Too
Just a reminder that March is the last "safe" month of the season to get your oak trees trimmed according to the University of Minnesota.
Take a look at this before and after!
wiscnews.com Most people appreciate the splendor of a mighty oak or a majestic maple that can reach 40 to 100 feet in height. However, many people do not have the space
stjude.org Choose a sweet e-card featuring layouts inspired by patient art, and then select a pre-written message, or create your own!
wkyc.com According to the CDC, at least 430 people die in the U.S. from accidental carbon monoxide poisoning each year.