Our Experience and Philosophy
About For The Love Of Trees
For The Love Of Trees operates out of a deep passion for the Pacific Northwest environment and its beautiful, lush urban forest. We are honored to have been stewards of Portland’s urban forest for over 10 years and proudly continue to support its legacy with mindfulness, experience and dedication.
Our professional and community affiliations further these ideals. We are professionally affiliated with the ISA (International Society of Arboriculture) to stay current on new developments in tree care, and we support community partners who further the care of our urban forest such as Friends of Trees and Hoyt Arboretum.
Each work crew is led by at least one ISA Certified Arborist. ISA certification requires years of experience and extensive tree knowledge. Continuing education is required to maintain certification. This ensures that the tree work is completed to the highest standards on every job.
For The Love Of Trees strives to be the best tree service provider in Portland. We take the time to learn about your needs and genuinely care about the health and safety of your trees.
About the Owner of For The Love Of Trees
Jeremy is an ISA Certified Arborist (PN-6849A) and is also ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualified.
Jeremy Fry, ISA Certified Arborist (PN-6849A) and owner of For The Love Of Trees, first recognized his interest in arboriculture in his Portland backyard with his annual orchard pruning of an old apple tree that was planted by the previous home owner decades earlier. Maintaining this tree over the years became a cherished winter ritual that allowed him the chance to be outdoors and care for a legacy tree.
Jeremy has been working professionally with trees for over 12 years–beginning his career working for a local tree service provider in Portland dragging brush, assisting climbing arborists, and eventually becoming a climbing arborist himself. After 2 years of learning the business and gaining experience, Jeremy ventured out on his own and started For The Love Of Trees in 2007.