Andy Johnson

Andy Johnson | Austin Arborist

Co-owner of Central Texas Tree Care, Andy was educated at Virginia Tech, one of the nations top forestry schools. While earning his degree, Andy interned with a large lumber and paper company in Northern Florida for two years. After graduation, he decided to make a transition over to urban Forestry, finding it more interesting and personally rewarding. Andy has been saving and protecting trees for private homeowners ever since.

Directly after graduation, Andy went back to Central Florida as a contractor for Gainesville Regional Utilities and then Moved to Northern California as a contractor for Pacific Gas and Electric under the vegetation management programs. Freshly out of college Andy learned valuable customer skills and was able to travel all over northern California.

From here, Andy moved on to work for Bartlett Tree Experts in Marin County and San Jose, California where he continued to hone his skills in tree identification and learned pest management. After working as a manager for Bartlett Tree Experts for 7 years, Andy moved on to Austin, Texas and started Central Texas Tree Care.

Andy is also a Veteran of the Army National Guard of Maryland and Virginia, where he served honorably with the 29th infantry division from 1986-1992.

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