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Tree Mail: Fall 2016
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Volume 4, Issue 3
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Volunteer Event Schedule
The new and improved volunteer program is off to a great start! With the launch of the Volunteer Group of the Year Award, event participation has increased and multiple groups are already earning points. With that said, it’s never too late to get involved! Check out our schedule of volunteer opportunities…

Landscape Improvement Award Winner
Trees and landscaping enhance neighborhood communities in many ways, from beautifying the appearance, creating a welcoming atmosphere, improving the environment, and contributing to better health of residents. Learn about The Villages at Coffee Creek's winning project for the first annual Landscape Improvement Award…

Tree Distributions

Tree planting season is upon us, and Edmond residents may embrace a few different opportunities to get trees through the City this season. Find out how to get a free tree this fall…

Arbor Day Art Contest Entries Open
Entries are now open for the 2017 Arbor Day Art Contest! In this contest, Edmond fifth graders create 2-dimensional artwork surrounding the theme “Trees in Our Town”. Learn more about this program and how to get your school or home school student involved…

Fall Foliage Photo Contest
This year’s Fall Foliage Photo Contest is quickly approaching! Find out how to enter and have a chance at winning a tree…

Tree Issue – Wide Mulch Rings for Big Trees
Spreading a layer of mulch presides high on the list of important tasks when planting a new tree, and continues to benefit trees as they mature. Why is it rare to see mulch rings expanded, as trees grow larger? Read more about this season’s Tree Issue…

Tree Species Highlight - Black Gum
As the heat of summer begins to loosen its grip and we look forward to more comfortable fall temperatures, we start to see changes in the landscape, resulting in beautiful fall foliage. Learn about this season’s Tree Species Highlight, black gum…

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