Spring Valley, NY, (August 1, 2016): Wickes/arborists™ warns that a dangerous insect, the Emerald ash borer (EAB), poses a serious environmental and financial threat to public and private properties in Rockland County. Experts say that prevention of tree loss is possible but requires proactive treatment before the infestation of EABs takes place. This beetle, native..
Spring Valley, NY, (May 26, 2016): Wickes/arborists™, a third-generation, family owned tree, lawn and landscape care company, has joined the Team of Experts at Robolliance, a forum for technology partners and industry experts in robotics, surveillance and security. As a principal of Wickes/arborists™, John Wickes makes it his mission to employ cutting edge technology to..
Launched in September 2014, Hudson Valley P-TECH is an integrated, six-year STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) program that offers a rigorous academic curriculum, targeted technical training and comprehensive workplace learning in a dynamic, project-based learning environment. P-TECH students begin taking college coursework by 10th- or 11th-grade and graduate with an associate degree at..
Contact: John Wickes Phone: (845) 354-3400 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New York arborist supports Brooklyn councilman’s tree safety measures The city needs legislation requiring tree care companies to be credentialed so they do not put the public at risk. Spring Valley, NY, December 15, 2015: The four pieces of legislations proposed by Brooklyn city councilman Mark..
Wickes Arborists™ provide a unique learning experience for students. John Wickes, from Wickes Arborists, worked with staff to design a unique learning experience for students. Students learned the various positions within Wickes Arborists through a hands-on learning experience. After hours of online research and an overview by John Wickes, students took to the field as..
“May Springs Upon Us” – Arbor Day and Suffern Schools “Each of the 1,967 students across the District’s five elementary schools received his or her very own spruce sapling as part of a decades-long, annual Arbor Day tradition, first started in the early 1960’s by Suffern Rotarian Ira Wickes, Jr.. The program continues into the..