Community Outreach

Deep Run Pump Track Project


We were very proud to be a part of the Deep Run Park Pump Track Project in Henrico County. Truetimber donated the tree removal and pruning necessary for the track, and then had a great time shredding it at the grand opening. We will offer ongoing support to monitor the trees surrounding the track for safety and necessary management.

Oak Grove/Bellemeade Community Service Day


“Thank you for sending Peter today. We got so much done!”    – Bob Argabright II

Outdoor Seating Donated to Richmond Waldorf School


“We are so happy with the stumps that Truetimber donated to our school for our outdoor classrooms and play spaces.  We use them for seats for social distancing, but the kids love jumping and balancing on them as well.  Thank you for helping us provide a creative and natural outdoor learning space!”

Oak Grove/Bellemeade Park Cleanup


” We had great help today from Scott Turner and his Truetimber crew. They cut down 7 mimosa  trees  and chipped up all the brush from creating the trails. Diane and Pat are installing 3 and half tons of river rock in the after flow area of the rain garden. I will send more pictures on Thursday. Thank you Scott for your wonderful support.” – Bob Argabright

Invasive vine removal and cleanup on Belle Isle


Truetimber’s Red Rangers teamed up with the Richmond Tree Stewards and the James River Park System staff to work on invasive vine removal and cleanup on Belle Isle.

Run for the Hills 5K


Truetimber is a proud sponser of the Friends of Forest Hill Park “Run for the Hills 5K”   Truetimber’s Red Runners had a great time. Congrats to Scott’s dog Rochester for winning fastest dog!!

Bellemeade Community Center


We had a great time this past Saturday at the Family and Friends Celebration at the Bellemeade Community Center! Scott stayed busy on belay and was able to get lots of kids into the treetops! ?
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Renewal and Remembrance at Arlington Cemetery


#Flashback-Show Less to Renewal and Remembrance at Arlington Cemetery, the largest service event in the landscaping industry! Every year 400+ volunteers head out to give back and beautify the grounds. While we aren’t landscapers, Truetimber was able to participate this July with Peter, Drew, and Bryn driving up to install some lightning protection in three large oaks on the property! Thank you to the NALP for these awesome photos and for having us out, we’re already looking forward to next year.

James River Regional Cleanup


Truetimber Red Rangers had a great time this past Saturday at Texas Beach as part of the 20th annual James River Regional Cleanup! A big shout out to Sonja, Riley, Emily, Dana, James, Collins, Will, and Brandi for volunteering their time to help keep our beautiful James River clean! #jrrc-Show Less #jamesrivercleanup-Show Less #giveahoot-Show Less #redrangers-Show Less #rva-Show Less

St Mary’s Go Forth 5K


Truetimber #redrunners-Show Less Sonja and Riley had a great time at the St Mary’s Go Forth 5K this past Saturday at Deep Run Park. (Riley’s first 5K!) Truetimber was a proud sponsor of this event which benefits the school’s 2019-2020 Annual Fund.

Tour de Fall Line


#RedRiders-Show Less Nathan, Peter, and Mike crushed the Tour de Fall Line this Saturday  Thank you to rvaMORE for putting on a great event!

Arborists United for Veteran Remembrance


Arborists United for Veteran Remembrance in Hampton National Cemetery’s Phoebus Addition. We are thankful to have had the opportunity to head down there last week as this location (Saluting Branches is nationwide, with three events in Virginia) was cancelled last year due to inclement weather. Thank you to Jim, Joel, Al, and Chris who went down on behalf of Truetimber, and thank you to all the other arborists and tree care companies that came out to lend a helping hand. #BetterTogether-Show Less #SalutingBranches2019-Show Less

Workday at Oak Grove Bellemeade


What a wonderful day at Oak Grove Bellemeade elementary school in south Richmond yesterday! These kids were all ears as Scott read them his book “Just Grow!
Then they were all shovels as everyone went outside to start a bunch of new young trees on their own big life adventures