Arborilogical Services is an Official Sponsor of Earth Day Dallas 2013

Earth Day Dallas 2012

Arborilogical Services is proud to announce that it is an official sponsor of Earth Day Dallas 2013.  The two day festival-style event will be held at Fair Park on Saturday, April 20, and Sunday, April 21, 2013.  We invite you to join us in this “annual family-friendly event where leaders in the corporate, academic, and non-profit worlds unite to show North Texans how green lifestyle choices can lower their cost of living, improve their health, and help save the environment”.Earth Day Photo for Website

Please visit our booth at the west end of Fair Park’s beautiful Esplanade and meet our certified arborists.  They will be glad to “talk trees” with you and answer any questions you might have regarding the trees in your yard.  This year, we have Bur Oak acorns for planting in your yard.  We would like to give one to you and provide you with the instructions to turn your acorn into a might oak tree, thus improving the quality of life in your community.

We suggest your make plans to join us at 10:00am on Saturday,when we will be teaching children from Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children how to safely climb a tree.  They will be using special equipment developed by Tree Climbers International that is adaptable to meet their individual needs.

At 3:00pm Saturday, there will be a special climbing event known as the “Charitree Climb” to help raise funds for the hard working volunteers with the  Dallas Historic Tree Coalition and City of Dallas Urban Forest Advisory Committee.  We also expect a visit from our “Trees for Trees” partner’s Mavs Man and their Street Team between 2:00-4:00pm on Sunday.

Earth Day Dallas 2013 will be one of the largest Earth Day events in the country, with 75,000 guests anticipated to participate in the experience.  Admission is free, and Fair Park is now readily accessible by using DART’s Green Line to the Fair Park stop.  For updated information, continue to check our website, follow us on Facebook and Twitter, or visit the Earth Day Dallas website at