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Hello all! I'm a farmer in the heart of Los Angeles. I have a company that converts private clients' properties into food forests/edible gardens. I have a client that lives on Topanga Canyon, between Malibu and the Pacific Palisades in California who is looking for a reliable and well-trained fruit tree pruner who can come to her house and clean things up. I'd really like to satisfy her so if anyone knows a business that meets that criteria, please let me know, it'd be much appreciated! None of my connections have panned out.

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Mischa
 
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as much as I'd love to help you it's not usually cost effective for me to travel that far for just a few trees. You can search for a certified arborist at http://www.isa-arbor.com/findanarborist/findanarborist.aspx If they bother to maintain certification then they're usually pretty up to date on good tree care.
 
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Great! Thank you!
 
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