For Immediate Release – June 22, 2008
Mamaroneck, NY—SavATree, a leader in the Northeast region in tree, shrub and lawn care, brought their particular brand of tree expertise to the Mamaroneck NY Historic Harbor Street Fair’s Eco-Village, joining other groups and organizations dedicated to maintaining and improving human and natural ecosystems. The Eco-Village housed companies committed to environmental stewardship, focusing in the areas of tree, soil, water energy management, and 100% organic products.
Since its inception, SavATree’s philosophy focused on non-intrusive tree and shrub care that enhances and preserves the environment. Certified SavATree arborists are constantly researching and developing new tools to utilize natural and organic resources to help nourish outdoor surroundings.
In the Eco-Village, SavATree provided a variety of educational materials for children and adults. SavATree handed out go green t-shirts and plant saplings to kids in peat pots and showed them how to plant them. There was also information on organic tree, shrub and lawn care as well as samples of ArborKelp® – SavATree’s organic fertilizer derived from sea kelp. Allison Stabile, one of the organizers for the Eco-Village, said, “This year’s Eco-Village proved to be an amazing group of businesses and organizations dedicated to eco-sustainability. Our fair depends upon companies like SavATree to bring this important information to our community. Many parents told me their kids were delighted when planting their saplings. The Eco-Village this year was a big hit.”
Steve Skyer, one of SavATree’s Mamaroneck NY branch arborists commented, “We really enjoy being a part of the Historic Harbor Street Fair and joining together with the community of others who are dedicated to environment health and awareness. We can use this as a forum to let the public know about options for green landscape care and also how regular tree pruning, fertilizing, and monitoring can add to the health and vitality of a landscape.”
About Village of Mamaroneck NY Historic Harbor Street Fair
This event features a day-long celebration with a large number and a wide variety of both educational and entertaining attractions. It is open to all, and free of charge, to emphasize the richness and continuity of history in the Mamaroneck community, the diversity of the economic base, and the spirit and unity of this community. “A Stroll Through History” in Mamaroneck from Colonial days at the harbor, up Mamaroneck Avenue through the golden age of silent moviemaking in the 20s, the Swinging 40’s, to the present. Tall ships, Civil War encampments, Eco-Village, historical portrayers, strolling entertainers, non-stop live entertainment, international food court, historic children’s games, great shopping from Mamaroneck businesses and regional fine artists, and great deals at the Chamber of Commerce silent auction!– Just a few of the many highlights. More information at www.mamaroneckstreetfair.org
About Us: SavATree is the green choice for tree care and lawn service. The company is an Environmental Protection Agency Performance Track Partner, an Audubon International Partner for the Environment and accredited by the Tree Care Industry Association. Certified arborists provide expert analysis, recommendations, and environmentally sensible services to help customers maximize the health, beauty, safety and value of their landscapes. Services include tree pruning, tree fertilizer, insect control treatments, tree disease treatment, organic tree and lawn care, hybrid program options and more. SavATree is headquartered in Westchester NY with 19 branch offices servicing homeowners, businesses, institutions and historic properties in CT, DC, MA, MD, NJ, NY, PA and VA. For more information, please contact us.
SavATree arborist Steve Skyer provides tree care in Mamaroneck NY.
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