City Arborist: Kyle Rosenberg

Bath Cemeteries, Parks & Forestry

CONTACT INFORMATION:

207-443-8345

Office: 4 Sheridan Road, Bath, Maine

krosenberg@cityofbath.com

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Division of Forestry News

Division of Forestry

 

Bath has 6,000 street-side trees, and 14,000 public trees (cemeteries, parks, schools, boat launches, and wooded areas). Conservative appraisal value of $8,000,000 (Assuming average cost of $300 per tree and $100 per tree for installation).          

The City Arborist is the primary steward of Bath’s community forest. He is responsible for care of public trees, i.e. corrective pruning, planting, removal, cabling & bracing, emergency assessment, insect and disease monitoring, inventorying.  The City Arborist promptly responds to inquiries made from City departments and residents alike concerning tree and shrub care.

 

Awards and Recognition:

Bath has a historical legacy of significant trees and is ranked second in the State for communities containing the largest number of "Champion” trees. We have fourteen state champs! Bath has been a National Arbor Day Foundation Tree City USA for 18 years and has received the Growth Award for 8 years. Recognized by the Maine Forest Service's Project Canopy in 2005 for Excellence in Urban Forestry and again in 2008.

 

Pest Alert:

Bath is expecting a heavy outbreak of Browntail Moth for the Spring of 2016.  For more information you may contact the City Arborist or click on the links below.  See also a link to information on Winter Moth.  The newest defoliating invasive insect here in Bath.

Maine Forest Service: Browntail Moth Fact Sheet

Forestry Division Narrated Slideshow on Browntail Moth

Winter Moth Info 

City Arborist: Kyle Rosenberg

Bath Cemeteries, Parks & Forestry

CONTACT INFORMATION:

207-443-8345

Office: 4 Sheridan Road, Bath, Maine

krosenberg@cityofbath.com

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Division of Forestry News