Becky Moule, known to her clients as the “tree doctor”, and as “Becky the bug lady” to some of her client’s children, has been practicing plant health care through Arboriculture for 14 years. Her love of trees began as a child growing up in the country on her family’s 22 acre property. As a student in the Horticulture Technician program at Fanshawe College, she participated in the school’s street tree inventory program with the City of London. This experience solidified her career path. Along with earning her Horticulture Technician diploma, she also acquired provincial qualification as a Horticulturist, became a Licenced Exterminator, an ISA Certified Arborist, TRAQ qualified and a Butternut Health Assessor.
Becky is an instructor in the Horticulture Technician program as well as the Horticulture Apprenticeship at Fanshawe College. In addition, she has instructed several classes in the Arborist Apprenticeship Program at Lambton College. Currently, she is the Manager and Plant Health Care Specialist for Olympic Tree Care, in London, Ontario. Becky loves to share her passion for trees and tree health with her clients and students.