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There are two ways to run a tree management program. The simplest way, in which most programs are run, is by crisis or reactive management. Deadwood is removed and trees are pruned only when someone complains and fallen trees are cleaned up after a storm.
Crisis management works, it has for years, but is it a cost effective way to manage trees? The alternative is proactive management. This entails defining program goals, determining resources, developing a management plan and implementing the plan.
Research has found that crisis management accomplishes work on only one third the number of trees serviced on a proactive management program.
Crisis management is a simple process, whose
outcome is determined by external
There are five steps to developing a proactive management strategy: