banner ad

Visit Spiegel website
 
Deposition Designation Station
 

Horticulture Expert Witnesses

Sort Non-Featured Profiles by
Check for SynapsUs
John A. Harris
Principal
4600 Sheridan Street,Suite 403
Hollywood FL 33021
USA
phone: 1-866-981-1770 or (954) 986-9405
fax: 954-986-9406
John A. Harris, Principal of Landscape Economics, LLC, and President of Earth Advisors, Inc., is a LANDSCAPE ECONOMIST who has worked in the Arboriculture, Forestry, landscape and horticultural fields for over 20 years. Mr. Harris has provided reputable consulting, education and project management services for a wide variety of projects across the United States and internationally, in both temperate and tropical ecosystems.

Areas of Expertise:
  • Expert Witness for Arboricultural, Landscape, Nursery Values and Conditions
  • Landscape and Tree Risk Assessments
  • Landscape and Tree Value Appraisals
  • Landscape and Tree Damage Appraisals
  • Storm Damage Assessments and Recovery Plans
  • Landscape Health and Condition Evaluations
  • Arboricultural Health and Condition Evaluations
  • Landscape, Arboricultural, Forestry, Environmental Project Management
  • Environmental Due Diligence
  • Environmental Permitting and Mitigation Planning
  • Environmental Permit Negotiations
  • Municipal Tree Inventory and Management Plans
  • GPS/GIS Environmental Mapping Projects
  • Forest Resources Management Plans
  • Grounds Maintenance Practices
  • Arboricultural Practices
  • 8/2/2012 · Plants & Trees
    The number of storms in recent years increases the need for better tree and landscape decisions for property owners. Research regarding landscape damages for different storm intensities, what plants get knocked down by winds more often, and priorities for landscape restoration have been intensified by many southern state universities' forestry and horticultural departments.

    Trees and landscapes have been valued since humans were given gardens for food and enjoyment. Once people determined how to harvest seeds, how to plant gardens and landscapes, and how to relocate trees and plants, then decisions about what to use and what not to use began to set values for plants. It is this author's opinion that these practices logically date back to the beginning of history.

    3/7/2012 · Plants & Trees
    The value of a tree can only be determined if we agree. Any value given, whether by a layperson or a professional, is real when another person involved in the process agrees to that value. The value used in the final decision can also be a different value from the one determined by the experts who worked on it (especially when the experts worked on different sides of a valuation case).