Giving Back to the Community
On September 22nd, 2021, Riverdale Tree Services had the pleasure of working along side many tree services companies offering our time & services at Fort Logan National Cemetery for Saluting Branches. Saluting Branches is a 501c3 Non Profit organization that is dedicated to honoring American service men & women by organizing & volunteering tree & landscape care for the the properties dedicated to our veterans. We provided $1200 worth of services. Through united efforts the tree care and landscape industry can show their support for our troops by helping to make their final resting places a safe and beautiful environment for all who visit. With your help we can contribute a monumental amount of tree care services in one day to veterans cemeteries throughout the U.S. Learn more by visiting www.salutingbranches.org
December 2020 - We donated $700.00 to needy families during the holiday season on behalf of Riverdale Tree Service. $200.00 went the Brighton Police Toys for Tots event & $500.00 went a local food bank in Brighton.
We recently rescued a Cat in Erie, Colorado. The poor kitty had been stuck up in the tree for over 24 hours. The Riverdale Tree Services crew came out and rescued him in 30 minutes. The owner contacted numerous other tree service companies with NO response. He is now inside and safe with his owners.
Giving Back is one of the most enjoyable things I can do, and to be able to share my passion with other people means the most to me. I was observing two young adults with zero Tree Felling & Chainsaw experience attempting to remove a heavily declining green ash in Brighton. This was a Saturday Afternoon. I decided to help and teach them the professional ways to do tree work. The timing could not have been more perfect. The job was completed safely and I enjoyed the experience working on an amazing project with two very hard working young adults. Sometimes it's truly not about the money, it's about the stewardship and passing on of knowledge and goodwill.
Donating our Passion of Tree Care to Wilderness on Wheels. This experience was truly humbling and being able to work with talented arborists Aaron Warmoth & Scott Smith was an honor and privilege. Leading the charge on the ground was myself, David & Krista. Our task was to remove a nasty co-dominate spruce that was leaning over the Amphitheater. This theater is ADA Accessible for those in wheelchairs so it was important that we made sure that the area around the theater was nice and cleaned up and wheelchair accessible. This was a super fun project to be apart of. Check out the photos of the entire process.