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Summer’s here, and with it the need to keep some of the larger plants on your property under control. Getting just the right selection of saws (and knowing how to use them properly) can make all the difference to the ease of the job as well as your own safety.

Bushfires are simply a part of life in Australia. Even if your home isn’t directly in or next-to the bush, you may be at risk. Although a bushfire can happen at any time of the year, the risk is obviously significantly higher during the warmer months and, for this summer, we’ve been given a clear warning by the Bureau of Meteorology – get ready.

Spring is here and it's time to get your garden ready for the new season. Australia has a diverse climate and different regions have different gardening challenges and opportunities. Whether you live in the tropical north, the temperate south, the arid west or the coastal east, spring gardening can be a rewarding and relaxing activity.
As arborists, having the right tools for the job is crucial to ensure the success and safety of our work. For over 20 years, Forestry Tools has been the go-to supplier of arboriculture tools for professionals.
Autumn marks the beginning of the tree planting season here in Australia. With a variety of tools and equipment for tree planting available, it can be daunting to determine which ones to choose. Having the right tools is necessary necessary because they make the process of planting trees easier and more efficient.

Bush regeneration is the process of restoring and maintaining the natural ecosystems of Australia's bushland areas. It involves removing invasive plant species, erosion control, tree planting, and the removal of rubbish and debris. The goal of bush regeneration is to restore and protect the biodiversity of these areas, which are home to many unique plant and animal species. Bush regeneration work in Australia is typically carried out by trained and skilled professionals who specialize in the restoration and management of natural areas. They are often employed by local councils, national parks, and other government bodies, as well as by private companies and landowners.