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April 2012 – Builder + Architect Magazine

“It is a pleasure to work with a company that understand the importance of professionalism, client service and superior workmanship.  Cedarlawn Tree completed a complicated project that included saving a cherry tree that was sentimental to the owner.  When their work was finished, you couldn’t tell they were even there.  The tree lived happily ever after.” ~Kevin Lagasse, The Lagasse Group.  Read full article (page 47)


May 21st, 2012 – Lawn & Landscape

On Arbor Day, April 27, 2012, nearly four hundred Massachusetts Arborists Association (MAA) members took part in a statewide volunteer effort called Arbor Day of Service. Building on the association’s tradition of giving back, the annual service day allows tree care professionals to have a direct impact in their local communities and draws attention to the importance of proper tree care and tree planting.  Read full article  

March 16th, 2012 – Boston Globe

Jeff Kohn of Cedarlawn Tree did not allow a brick wall to keep him from his pruning duties. He used a lift to get the job done Friday.


February 6th, 2012 – Turf Care Magazine

Ashland’s Cedarlawn Tree Presents First Annual ‘Patriot’ award

In 2011, Cedarlawn Tree made strides by evolving the company to become an easier firm to do business with, and an even better company to work for. One of the initiatives undertaken in 2011 was to recognize the members of the company who, through their actions and deeds, best furthered the Cedarlawn Tree vision statement, “to become the regional leader in tree and landscape care renowned for exceptional innovative service.” At the company’s holiday brunch in Wrentham, Bob Dill was named the first annual Patriot Award winner. Dill has been an integral part of the Cedarlawn team for many years, but in 2011 he was presented with the challenge of heading up the Turf Care division. Read Full Article



January 11th, 2012 – Wicked Local

Tree-Preservation Compliance in Wellesley

Local attorney David Himmelberger visited several construction sites in Wellesley to see if contractors were complying with the tree preservation bylaw approved at last year’s Town Meeting. With the exception of Cedar Lawn’s work at 35 Parker Road, all other sites pictured do not comply with the bylaw.  Read Full Article



November 4th, 2011 – Metro West Daily News

Storm a Boom For Some Businesses, A Nightmare for Others

While their customers shivered in their homes, some local businesses had a field day following last weekend’s freak snowstorm, and expect the demand for their services to remain high for the foreseeable future. But for some stores and restaurants, the widespread power failures meant losing days of business and the loss of thousands of dollars of inventory. Regardless of their fortune, area merchants agreed the snowstorm had considerably more impact than Tropical Storm Irene two months ago. Read Full Article





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