Trees for Neighborhoods Program Open Again Briefly

The Trees for Neighborhoods program has re-opened applications for Seattle residents to receive free conifer trees to plant in their yards. Apply online using this link http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2011TreesforNeighborhoods! Remaining available species are: deodar cedar, western red cedar, weeping Alaska cedar, and shore pine.

Trees can be picked up on Saturday, November 12th, at Rainier Bean Urban Farm & Wetlands, 5513 S. Cloverdale Street.

Applications will re-open next fall for other tree species and for street tree permits.

For more information contact Norah Kates, Green Cities Project Coordinator, 206-905-6943 or via email at nkates@forterra.org.  Or check out Forterra, formerly Cascade Land Conservancy, at 615 Second Avenue, Suite 600, Seattle, or their website at www.forterra.org

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