Mr. Bryan Adkins
Mr. Bryan Adkins began working for Arborilogical Services as a certified consulting arborist in April 2014, covering part of the mid-cities area and Fort Worth. He was born and raised in Houston, Texas and graduated with a degree in Forestry in December 2002 from Stephen F. Austin University (Axe’m Jacks!). Mr. Adkins has been an International Society of Arboriculture Certified Arborist since April 2005.
Mr. Adkins' background in the green industry has been very diverse. From landscaping in Washington State with Coast Landscaping in Bellingham to being an arborist in Texas at the Glenwood Cemetery in Houston, his experience lends well to various subjects in the landscape.
Mr. Adkins has not only worked for Arborilogical Services educating his clients, but he has also taken time to volunteer in an effort to educate the public. Over the last few years through groups such as the Dallas and Fort Worth area Master Gardeners Associations, Mr. Adkins has taught classes on proper tree care management, how to identify local tree diseases and insects, as well as the many benefits of trees.
Standing well over 6-feet tall, Mr. Adkins' hobby outside of the tree industry is volunteering to educate the public on tiny house living, as well as the building of tiny houses. If he is not at the Arborilogical Services booth during EarthX Texas at Fair Park, he can be found at the Tiny House Village. Eventually, he and his wife plan to further lighten their environmental footprint and live in a tiny house of their own.
For Mr. Adkins, being your “tree guy” means giving you honest, fair, and scientifically based advice so you can make the best possible choices for you, your landscape, and your trees.