About Us

Lovering Tree CareI became interested in forestry in the ninth grade of high school. I began working for a logger / arborist that year (1992) as well as taking classes in vocational agriculture. I continued to take classes in agriculture for the next four years of high school. During that time I maintained my same job working weekends, holidays, and during the summers.

Upon graduation I began my secondary education at the University of New Hampshire. I graduated with an Associates Degree as a Forest Technician in the fall of 1998. While at school I took many elective courses in Arboriculture. I learned not only how to manage forests but also to foster a greater appreciation for trees and to promote the research, technology, and practice of professional arboriculture. I also continued working for Chuck Haughey of Haughey Logging over those next two years, putting my new skills to work focusing mostly on the tree care industry at this point.

I went on to earn a Bachelor of Science degree from UNH in Adult and Occupational Education (certification to teach agriculture at the high school level). I completed my student teaching at Dover High school in Dover, NH. While there I taught courses in Forestry, Landscaping and Animal Science. I gradated in May of 2001 Magna Cum Laude from UNH.

After gradation I began preparations to start my own company, which opened in the spring of 2002. I have since owned and operated Lovering Tree Care. I specialize in all aspects of tree care and removal. I currently have two full time employees which I am able to keep on year round unlike many other companies in our occupation. I have grown to have a client list of over three hundred and fifty, many of which are repeat customers that I work for year after year.

I strive to continue my education and regularly order new materials sold from the ISA (International Society of Arboriculture), as well as from the Tree Care Industry Association. These materials are always available to my employees as well. They range from the latest safety standards in tree care to the art and science of practical rigging. All tools to become better arborists.

I have been married for seven years to Karin Swain Lovering who works in real estate at Prudential Spencer Hughes in Wolfeboro. Karin and I live in a home we built in 2003 with our 3 year old daughter. We feel so lucky to be a part of such wonderful communities in this area. We have no plans on ever leaving – why would we, the lakes region has so much to offer!