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Our Team

Insured. Certified. Professional.

Logan Tree Experts provides the Kawartha region with professional tree care services. We are fully insured with certified arborists and tree risk assessors on staff. We strive to educate our clients and raise awareness of proper tree care.

Your Peterborough/Kawartha Area Arborists:

Matthew Logan

Owner, ISA Board Certified Master Arborist,
Manager of Sales & Production

Matt LoganA native of Lakefield, Matt Logan has been in the Arboriculture industry since 2001. He graduated from the Arboriculture program at Fleming College and has since become a Board Certified Master Arborist, Certified Arborist, Tree Worker Specialist and Tree Risk Assessor (ON-0931BT) through the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA).  He is the Head Judge of the annual Ontario Tree Climbing Championships and writes for the ISA Ontario Arborist trade magazine.


Tracy Logan

Owner, ISA Certified Arborist,
Office Manager & Tree Health Care Specialist

Tracy LoganOriginally from Southwestern Ontario, Tracy moved to the Kawartha region with her husband, Matt,  to start Logan Tree Experts. She is the Office Manager and Tree Health Care Specialist managing the Releaf program. Tracy is an ISA Certified Arborist (ON-2061A). Tracy sits on the board of the Kawartha Chamber of Commerce and Tourism and the Kawartha Lake Stewards Association.

Tristan Pulham

Lead Climber

Tristan graduated from the Humber College Pre-apprenticeship program in 2016 and has his Certificate of Qualification in Arboriculture through the Ontario College of Trades.


Tyler O’Connor

Lead Climber

Tyler has been working in the arboriculture field for the past 5 years in the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia. 

Brem Allen

Assistant Climber

Brem graduated in 2017 from the Urban Forestry/Arboriculture program at Fleming College. Brem is currently building his arboriculture experience in New Zealand!




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Mascot/Volunteer Branch Dragger

Bear tree stick fetching expert

Even though Bear does not have any formal training in the field of Arboriculture, he is quite versed in the chewing of branches and sticks.