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Join us at these community events, where kids of all ages get a chance to climb like our pros with ropes and harness. It's a fun learning experience!  (No advance registration needed.)

Sat. April 29th - Elm Grove Earth & Arbor Day Celebration, 11am-2pm, Elm Grove Village Park 

Sat. May 6th - Port Washington Community Clean-Up and Kids Tree Climb, 10am-1pm, Veterans Park

Kids Climb in partnership with Wisconsin Arborist Association  

Sat. June 10th - Tosa Farmers Market, 9am-12pm, Wauwatosa

Sat. June 17th - Curious George & the Pizza Family Picnic, Bookworm Gardens, 5-8pm, Sheboygan (tickets to picnic event required)  

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Sat. July 1st - Grafton Independence Day Celebration,

5-8pm, Lime Kiln Park 

Sat. August 12th - Tosa Farmers Market, 9am-12pm, Wauwatosa

Sat. Oct. 1st - Chainsaw Carving & Forest Art Festival, River Bend Nature Center, 10am-2pm, Racine, in partnership with Wisconsin Arborist Association 

The 2022 Dean Hoppe Run/Walk commemorates Hoppe Tree Service Founder Dean Hoppe, who passed away from cancer in 2020.

2023 Webinars: Watch Now On-Demand

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August Hoppe, certified arborist

Prune Smaller Trees & Shrubs with Confidence!
presented Jan. 10th, watch now on-demand

Learn how to prune common landscape plants to keep them healthy, strong and vibrant. In this presentation by certified arborist and Hoppe Tree Service President August Hoppe, we focus on proper branch structure and multi-stem shrubs.

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August Hoppe, certified arborist

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Brad Hill,

certified arborist

Common Insects, Diseases and Other Issues
That Can Affect Your Trees & Shrubs

presented February 15, 2023

Learn about potential issues that can affect the health of your plants. This discussion will help you understand which problems are serious and need attention versus cosmetic issues that come and go. Presented by certified arborist and Hoppe Tree Service President August Hoppe, and certified arborist and Hoppe Plant Health Care Services Manager Brad Hill.

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