fbpx

Scrapbook

News on everything we’re doing as the friendly, professional environmental services company in northeast Alberta and northwest Saskatchewan.

At Pevach Corp. it’s in our nature to make nature work.  Our Scrapbook features helpful blogs, tips, and a photo gallery so you can see us at our best—when we’re in the outdoors, working hard to make our clients happy!

The Pevach Post | Our Blog

March 10, 2020
What’s the Average Tree Removal Co...

Removing a tree from its current location is not something that anyone can just do. It’s not [...]

February 12, 2020
Planting a Tree | 5 Easy Steps to a Succ...

Planting a tree is an extremely rewarding investment if the proper steps are taken during the process. [...]

January 14, 2020
Alberta Arborist | What to Look For When...

There is a reason it’s strongly recommended to not do your own tree removal, stump clearing or [...]

December 10, 2019
Common Tree Root Problems & Possibl...

Trees are an essential part of our environment. They provide oxygen, shade, shelter, wind protection, privacy and [...]

November 15, 2019
Preparing a Site for Construction: Every...

According to estimates, there is 231,966 km of power transmission lines across Canada. All of these lines [...]

October 12, 2019
The Best Time of Year to Trim Trees: The...

With nearly 400 million hectares of tree-covered land throughout Canada, it's no secret that we love our trees [...]

September 18, 2019
How to Get Rid of Woodpeckers: Methods t...

Remember Woody the Woodpecker? He was a favourite among cartoon characters. However, the colourful and friendly character [...]

August 21, 2019
The Importance of Vegetation Management ...

Did you know that Canada is the 6th largest producer in the world? And better still, the 4th [...]

July 19, 2019
9 Insects and Diseases Destroying Canada...

Canada is famous for a great number of things given everything from dedicated hockey fans [...]

June 01, 2019
Tree Maintenance Program Guide: What Is ...

Trees are pretty self-sufficient, but that doesn't mean they don't need a little help now and then [...]

?>