Hello. I am new to this site and I am looking for some advice…. I am absolutely worried sick over root damage that has occurred to my beloved large white pines. I’m in Ontario, Canada and in the spring, we had a tornado take down 78 of our huge, beautiful trees on our property. The heavy bobcats that came in to do clean up and push down uprooted stumps, etc ran over my remaining trees’ roots, despite me threatening the guys and telling them to avoid getting close to the trees and roots. I am just so upset over this - the list is endless - one four inch pine root cut off about 13 feet away from the trunk of a 90 foot white pine, a stump pulled out of the ground within 3 feet of another existing white pine tree, bark sloughed off tops of pine and cedar roots right at the root flare… I am almost ready to divorce my husband, since he was to keep an eye on these guys while working… Will any of my pines and cedars survive this?? I am just heartbroken. What can I do to help my poor trees? I’ve had enough tree loss as it is.