Fort Worth-based tree care company Greenleaf Professional Tree Services has been acquired by Preservation Tree Services of Dallas for an undisclosed amount.
Founded in 1995, Preservation Tree is expanding facilities and operations to better serve new and existing customers in Fort Worth.
Preservation Tree already oversees the care of high-profile Fort Worth trees, including the John Peter Smith oak and a heritage tree north of the Kimbell Art Museum, as well as many large established trees throughout the city’s historic neighborhoods.
Greenleaf’s certified arborist Bob Shea has been retained by Preservation Tree and will continue working with Fort Worth customers. Shea will join chief arborist Billy Cook, an original founder of Greenleaf Professional Tree Services. Certified arborist Getth Nelson also joins the Fort Worth office.
Preservation Tree Services was one of the first companies in Texas to earn accreditation from the Tree Care Industry Association. Individual staff members are certified by the International Society of Arboriculture and have degrees in various green industry disciplines.