TreeNewal Certified Arborist Arboriculture Fund benefiting
Texas A&M University’s Department of Ecology & Conservation Biology
Kaylie Heimann has been awarded a scholarship for 2022-2023 through the TreeNewal Certified Arborist Arboriculture Fund benefiting Texas A&M University’s Department of Ecology and Conservation Biology.
Kaylie is an Ecology and Conservation Biology – Forest Resources student. She will also be interning with TreeNewal, allowing her to work closely with our team on various projects and learn the full-service tree care business and industry. We are proud to support her as she continues her education.
Looking at her career path options in arboriculture, Kaylie states, “I can really see myself using my passion for trees and nature to make a difference. These career paths would also allow me to continue educating myself about trees, the other animal and plant species around them, and potential pathogens.”
Learn more about TreeNewal’s Scholarship benefiting Texas A&M University’s Department of Ecology and Conservation Biology