Karl Hunter, ISA Certified Arborist
Territory and Services:
Karl works out of SavATree’s New Milford, CT Branch providing expert tree, shrub and lawn care services to clients in Norfolk, Goshen, Torrington, Litchfield, Morris, Bethlehem, Watertown, Waterbury, Middlebury, Naugatuck, Oxford, Woodbury, Southbury, Newtown, and Monroe CT. He is uniquely qualified with his background in forestry to treat tree, shrub and lawn conditions that commonly occur throughout Litchfield, New Haven and Fairfield Counties in Connecticut. Some popular services that Karl and the team offer to clients include tree removal, tree pruning, lawn, tree, and shrub fertilization, disease management for lawn, tree, and shrub, organic lawn care, lawn seeding and aeration, shrub and hedge trimming, insect treatments including organic mosquito and tick services and deer repellents including our effective and safe DeerTech program. If you are interested in having a Connecticut licensed Arborist come out to your property, contact Karl today to schedule a free consultation!
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (203) 794-0922
Karl earned his associate’s degree in Environmental and Natural Resource Conservation from the State University of New York School of Environmental Science and Forestry’s Ranger School in 2015. He received his bachelor’s degree in Natural Resources Management from the State University of New York School of Environmental Science and Forestry in 2017.
Karl started working at SavATree in 2017 as a Plant Health Care Specialist preforming many of the services that he now offers. He also worked on a Tree crew when needed. Karl stepped up into the role of arborist in the September of 2020.
Karl and his wife have two young children. He loves going up into the Adirondacks with his family to camp and hike. Karl is a big Packers fan and also enjoys pyrography, woodworking, hunting, and fishing.
Why did you become an arborist:
“I became an Arborist to continue to grow my career in Forestry. I love being outside and using my degree. I want to work with people to help them keep their green space healthy and improve the environment.”