Our foresters are licensed professionals who take great care and pride in the work they do with the trees in the communities Delmarva serves. Combined, they bring more than 80 years of experience to work each day. Their educational background includes a Master of Forestry from Virginia Tech, Bachelors of Science in Forestry and Wildlife from Virginia Tech and West Virginia University and a Forestry degree from Paul Smith's College (AAS) just to name a few.
Their experiences have taken them to Bolivia and El Salvador working in agro forestry and soil conservation efforts for the United States Peace Corps to George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate as the assistant grounds supervisor.
All are certified arborists and members of the International Society of Arboriculture.
Other memberships include:
- Advisory Committee for the University of Maryland Urban Forestry Program
- American Tree Farm Association, Certified Tree Farmer
- EEI-Edison Electric Institute Natural Resource Management
- Friends of Montgomery County Conservation Corp
- Maryland Electric Reliability Tree Trimming Council
- Montgomery County Forest Conservancy District Board
- Prince George's County Forest Conservation Board
- Society of American Foresters
- Utility Arborist Association
- Wildlife Habitat Council