What is a tree risk assessment?

In a tree risk assessment a Registered Professional Forester or Certified Arborist assesses a forested area to identify both windfirm (those with a reduced risk of blowdown) and non-windfirm trees. This then allows for detailed recommendations for pruning and tree removal that will ensure the integrity of the forest and creek corridors.

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1. What is a tree risk assessment?
2. Why was an assessment needed for Burke Mountain?
3. Will I receive the results of the assessment?
4. How will the hazard work affect the streams and wildlife?
5. Who conducted the assessment?
6. Now that trees have been removed from the covenant are registered to my property, can we use or modify this space?