Matthews will host workshop on caring for trees

The town of Matthews will host a two-part workshop called, “A Homeowner’s Guide to Successful Tree Care” at 7 pm on March 29 and 10 am on April 2.
The workshop is sponsored by the Town of Matthews Appearance and Tree Advisory Committee. The classes will be held at the Matthews Community

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Center with the second class moving to Four Mile Greenway.
David Grant, an Urban Forester with Union County, will teach the class. David is a native of South Carolina and a graduate of Clemson University. He is a
certified arborist and a registered forester. He has an extensive background in professional tree care and urban forestry. He is chair of the N.C. Urban
Forest Council Executive Committee. He is a recipient of the N.C. Urban Forest Council’s Young Professional Award.
He will discuss the common mistakes and problems that may harm your tree as well as tree care, maintenance and what trees will work in your lawn.
Both classes will be held rain or shine and are free to the public. Dress comfortably and for outside weather.
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