If you've recently spotted big orange blotches on trees around town, you're not the only one.
Folks on Facebook have been posting about the blotches and asking what they are.

No, it's nothing exciting like an alien invasion; it's simply a team of ISA Certified Arborists embarking on a proactive initiative.
Their mission?

To meticulously traverse through the Boulevard District and City Parks, identifying and carefully flagging trees that have reached the end of their life cycle.

Armed with their arboricultural expertise, these seasoned professionals will spray paint orange dots to these arboreal sentinels, a visual indicator that marks the inception of a transformative journey.

As the autumnal hues grace the landscape and the leaves gently fall to the earth, a concerted effort will commence, signaling the removal of these trees bearing the orange badge of transition.

However, this endeavor is not just about felling these venerable giants; it's about stewardship and sustainability.

The process of tree removal is only the beginning.

The remaining stumps, a testament to the once-mighty presence, will eventually meet the same fate, ensuring a complete restoration of the landscape to a blank canvas ripe with possibilities.

The knowledgeable voices at the Park and Recreation office are just a phone call away for those seeking more insight and details on this endeavor.

Connect with them at your convenience by dialing 406-771-1265.

Your curiosity will be met with informative responses, illuminating the efforts to rejuvenate the natural beauty gracing Great Falls's heart.

Sorry to disappoint you... No aliens.

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