Thundering Oak Enterprises Donates Tree Services to Benefit International Society of Arboriculture

Seattle, WA, December 13, 2007 --( Last Friday Thundering Oak Enterprises of Auburn donated its tree pruning services to underserviced areas of the City of Seattle. According to Thundering Oak owner and ISA member Bryce Landrud, Seattle applies for a grant each year to get the tree pruning done in neighborhoods it can’t get to. Rather than pay individual contractors to do the work, local tree service contractors like Landrud donate their services in exchange for the City’s $15,000 donation to ISA, an international organization that promotes and supports tree research, technology and education.

This is the third year in a row that Thundering Oak has participated in the event, along with other local contractors. Landrud estimates that his team pruned 40 to 50 trees on Friday.

“We believe in not only supporting our community but in furthering tree research for our profession through ISA,” Landrud said. “We enjoy participating every year.”

Based in Auburn, Thundering Oak Enterprises is a full-service tree and shrub care company serving the South Sound. Specializing in protecting our natural resources through conservation and quality care, Landrud and his team offer consultation and diagnostic services as well as pruning, storm restoration, hedge trimming, stump grinding, tree planning and planting, tree and shrub maintenance and more. Landrud is a certified arborist and a member of ISA ( and the Tree Care Industry Association (

For more information about Thundering Oak Enterprises, please visit or contact Bryce Landrud at 253-288-TREE or 800-201-0135.

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