Tree zealot Casey Clapp and tree agnostic Alex Crowson review and rate your favorite arboreal friends. A semi-educational, basically pleasant, and fully unnecessary romp through the annals of treedom. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/completely-arbortrary/support
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I LOVE this podcast! Listening to Casey and Alex just need out on trees makes my little tree heart so happy! I’m out in the NE of the US, and so I really appreciate how they cover trees from all over the country and world. I can compare hilarious differences, like how out west (according to Casey) the white birch is planted in cities where here out east, we’ve so many of them it would be just hilarious to plant them in the city to watch them fall over. Anyway, they’ve been adding funny segments ... more
Thank you Casey and Alex! I’m a new listener and every time I listen to your show I smile and laugh and sometimes cry- that was just once so far and it was LOTR related. I also learn stuff once in awhile and I love learning about trees! Please keep doing and being what and who you are! (Rock on symbol)
As a working production arborist I’m always looking for new information to grow myself professionally. Too often tree related podcasts get overly technical and require intense focus which can only be sustained for so long. This is hands down the most listenable arboriculture podcast I’ve ever come across. I start the episode and effortlessly enjoy the comedic, quirky, and genuinely interesting dialogue between the show hosts. It’s great that Casey and Alex share such a natural friendship that th... more
Love this podcast, love trees, love it all. I have a few favourites that have not yet been covered that I would love to hear you guys cover! more
I love these dudes! Wholesome friendship, tree facts, anthropomorphism, fungal associates, street tree soapboxes, LOTR references… what’s not to love?? Sometimes, it makes me realize that I love trees so much, it makes me giddy! I give this one *B’GOOSCH* the Mag Stump of Approval. 5/5 stars, 10/10 cones. Keep it up! 👏🏼
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Completely Arbortrary launched 2 years ago and published 78 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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