Learning the Ropes

Written by Dave Poe – Adams County Branch Manager During the 26 years I have been working for Cumberland Valley Tree Service – Landscaping, I have been impressed with the support, encouragement, and importance the owners and management team have placed on the professional development of their employees. I have also been able to witness […]

Simpson Christian ChurchCemetery Project

Written by Evan Brumfield – Maryland Branch Manager Cumberland Valley Tree Service – Landscaping had the privilege to work with one of Frederick County Maryland’s oldest African American cemeteries, now under the care of the Simpson Christian Community Church. The project consisted of removing all existing trees along the cemetery perimeter to facilitate the expansion […]

Cranes in Tree Care

white crane holding up tree branches

Written by Evan Brumfield – Maryland Tree Care Manager Cumberland Valley Tree Service – Landscaping has stepped up their game and created an even more cost effective, industry leading, and customer focused tree removal option with a brand new 2022 Peterbilt/Altec 38-ton capacity crane. The cranes provides the clearest benefit in the tree removal work […]

Why Trees?

Written by Jake Schrom – Senior Landscape Designer Trees surround our world. There are approximately 3 trillion trees on the planet. Trees can be messy from leaf and fruit drop. They grow and sometimes can get quite large. As a result, it takes a great deal of resources to care for and maintain them within […]

Beech Leaf Disease

Beech Leaf Disease

Written by Jamey Schwartz – Plant Health Care Manager There is a new disease to the North East that is causing mortality to beech trees. Beech Leaf Disease (BLD) originated in Ohio near Lake Erie in 2012 and has now spread to most counties in Pennsylvania. The disease is spread by root graft, rain splash, […]

Spotted Lanternfly

Spotted Lanternfly

Written by Jamey Schwartz- Plant Health Care Manager With Spotted Lanternfly (SLF) being present in our service area for several years now, we are gaining a better understanding on what client’s expectations should be. SLF adults feed on a wide variety of trees, but are particularly attracted to ailanthus “Tree-of-Heaven” and mapletrees. SLF’s lifecycle consists […]