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Tree work at Winslow Crocker House

August 19, 2010

PC-WIN tree before
The tree in the center of the driveway is both blocking vehicle access and interacting with the building on the right.

As part of our assessments of the property, we determined that the trees at the Winslow Crocker House in Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts, were in need of some attention. These trees have thrived in the Cape Cod climate, but unfortunately their limbs were growing over many of the buildings. With four roofs being replaced this fall at the site, the trees prohibited access for the roofers. Using certified arborists, the trees have been carefully and safely pruned.  Over the next several months, a comprehensive three-to-five-year plan of additional maintenance pruning will be developed.  This type of planning allows Historic New England to proactively manage our landscapes and protect our buildings and visitors.

Please consider supporting our preservation efforts at the historic properties through the Preservation Maintenance Fund.

Learn more about how we care for our trees.

pc-win tree after
After the tree work.
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Tree work at Winslow Crocker House