Tree surgeons are sometimes called arborists, but their roles are a little different: a tree surgeon has special training in the removal of tree limbs to help preserve a tree; while an arborist cares for the health of an entire tree, much like that of a family doctor.
Tree surgeons prune, fertilize, and plant trees; remove the dead wood; create braces to help trees remain structurally sound; and work with landscape architects and other professionals to help bring a new natural landscape to life.
- Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting
- Forest Products
- Greenhouse, Nursery, and Floriculture Production
- Quality Control Analysis
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