OPPD’s tree-trimming policy and practices ensure branches don’t interfere with power lines and other electrical equipment.
Video shows one of the ways to protect your tree from the emerald ash borer which was discovered last year in Nebraska.
Taking steps early in a tree’s life will make it stronger as it ages, and more resistant to damage from severe weather.
Before you start on that project, call Nebraska 811 first. It’s the law, and it locates underground utilities on your property.
The colder months are when some of the pruning and maintenance of plantings at the popular location take place.
OPPD foresters recommend taking steps now to protect trees from growing emerald ash borer threat in the area.
OPPD Arboretum’s fiery fall foliage includes the “Elvis Presley Sycamore.”
Should the homeowner or the utility trim trees? When it comes to encroaching on power lines, it depends on the tree’s location.
OPPD’s 26-acre arboretum is a popular spot for walkers (both canine and human), photographers and lovers of nature.
Think hardiness and color when selecting your tree, and you will get years of shade and beautiful fall color in return.