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Becky Wegner, ISA Certified Arborist

ISA Certified Arborist


Becky operates out of SavATree’s Colorado Springs branch. She provides comprehensive tree, shrub, lawn, tick and deer services to Colorado Springs, Manitou Springs, Monument and Green Mountain Falls, CO. 

Phone: (719) 499-4005


Becky has 20 years of experience as an Urban Forester with the City of Colorado Springs. She also has 16 years of experience as an Arborist and manager with Mountain High / SavATree.


Becky has a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources Management from Colorado State University. She worked on her Masters in Geography at the University of Colorado.

Industry Involvement/Awards/Certifications:

  • Qualified Pesticide Certification from the Colorado Department of Agriculture
  • ISA Certified Arborist
  • Board of Directors at the Rocky Mountain High Chapter of the ISA
  • Board of Directors Member of the Colorado Tree Coalitions, member since 1990
  • Member of the Trails Open Space and Parks Working Committee
  • Former member of the Horticultural Art Society Board


Becky is a lifelong runner. She enjoys hiking and spending time with her golden retrievers and children, Sydney and Spencer, who are both currently in college. She is passionate about old and champion trees.

Why She Became an Arborist:

Becky became an Arborist because she loves the outdoors, which led her to pursue a degree in Forestry.

Customer Service Philosophy:

“Listen to their concerns and needs and match recommendations; share my interest and knowledge about trees.”

Observations in the Field:

Why Are My Spruce Trees Browning?

October 26, 2018 – What a “funky” fall. Colorado Springs broke heat records in September that were previously set in 1895 followed by a record low of 15 degrees on October 15. Calls have been flowing into our office about browning in spruce trees. It is a normal phenomenon for conifers to shed older needles at this time of year preceded by a sudden color change. Spruce with their shallow roots and love of cool sites undoubtedly have been impacted by our extended drought and heat.

Things you can do:

    • Provide consistent year-round water to your trees to keep roots from dying
    • Water down evergreen foliage periodically to keep cool and clean off insects
    • Consult with your Arborist at SavATree for recommendations on treatments and practices that can help your trees

spruce needle cast

Fire Blight

June 9, 2018 – Fire blight has appeared in abundance in the last week, especially on Apple Trees and Bechtel Crab apples. Trees appear to be suddenly wilting and dying. Blossoms were glorious this year and spring temperatures were warmer than average, favoring the disease. The bacterium is easily spread by pollinating insects during the blossom period and also by rain and improper pruning. Many areas of Colorado Springs have been hit by damaging hail in recent weeks. This can increase the spread of the bacterium by creating wounds on the branches.

fire blight disease 

Social Network:

Click here to connect with Becky on LinkedIn!

Territory List:

El Paso County
Colorado Springs
Green Mountain Falls
Manitou Springs
Palmer Lake

Teller County
Woodland Park

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