The Country Arborist
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The Country Arborist of Charleston Illinois provides tree sales, plantings and tree care services including pruning, trimming, removals, fertilizing and risk assessment, throughout east central Illinois.  Additional services include garden tilling, raised bed gardening, post hole digging, stump grinding, limb chipping, fence row clearing and pasture clearing.  

We value your trees, your property, your time and the safety of all.  We'll take the time to ensure the job is done correctly and safely.

 

 

Our Mission:

To plant over 1,000,000 trees throughout Illinois, the midwest and to the uttermost parts of America.

And to provide tree care services which will extend the lives of all trees, directly and indirectly.

Our Vision:

Each local customer and job task is unique but still integrates into, and enhances, the wider landscape.  

We pledge to provide the optimal knowlege, skills and tools necessary to complete each job with respect, integrity and excellence.  

We want to hear, "Well done!"

Our Values:

Integrity, Prompt and Courteous Service, Customer Satisfaction, Safety of Property and Persons and Crew

 

 

 

 

Proudly serving these local counties in east central Illinois: Coles County, Douglas County, Edgar County, Clay County, Cumberland County, Shelby County, Moultrie County, Champaign County, Vermillion County, Crawford County, Jasper County, Effingham County, Fayette County, Montgomery County, Christian County, Macon County and Piatt County.

 Charleston, IL  Mattoon, IL   Ashmore, IL   Kansas, IL    Westfield, IL    Villa Grove, Il    Arcola, IL   Sullivan, IL    Arthur, IL    Humboldt, IL    Camargo, IL   Tuscola, IL


 


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