David D. Hunter is a Registered Consulting Arborist # 408 with ASCA, USFS Trained Tree Risk Assessor since 1978, ISA Certified Arborist # PN 1068 A and ISA Tree Risk Assessor Qualified, Professional Plant Appraiser and Professional Forester. Providing both expert witness and consulting services. David D. Hunter has been called to testify in court and has helped clients reach resolutions prior to trial. His services includes: Expert Witness in Arboriculture, Forestry and Wildland Fire, professional plant appraisals of landscapes, trees and timber trespass, tree forensics as to why a tree or tree part failed causing injury or death, tree health and hazard/ risk assessments and insurance claims relating to damages done to tree, or people/ property damaged by trees. David D. Hunter has over 25 years of wildland fire experience in leadership roles and has assessed properties after forest fire damages happened. David D. Hunter has over 42 years of field experience from working in forestry, wildland fire and the arboriculture field. He has been a consultant and expert witness in these fields for over 27 years. David D. Hunter services the United States.
Tree & Arborist
David d. Hunter, Consulting Arborist - Forest Grove, OR, USA
Consulting Arborist, Consulting Forester, Wildland Fire Assessments after fires.
Portland State University - Portland, OR, USA
BS Science with Sociology Minor
Oregon State University - Corvallis, OR, USA
BS Forestry Resource Recreation Management
American Society Consulting Arborists Registered Consulting Arborist # 408
Feb 2003 - Present
PNW Tree Risk Assessor, ISA TRAQ (Tree risk assessor qualified)
2000 - Present
International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Certified Arborist # PN 1068 A
1995 - Present
International Society of Arboriculture
1994 - Present
American Society of Consulting Arborists
Feb 1995 - Present
Society of American Foresters
Jan 1988 - Present
Community Forestry Commission
Community Forestry Commission member help with urban forestry with the city street trees, historical trees and trees in parks.
Cascade Council Boy Scout of America
Forest Management Committee helping with safety in campgrounds concerning issues with trees where safety of people is concerned.
1999 - Present