Grassy Branch Restoration Project Tree Giveaway
Join the Tennessee Environmental Council and Blessed Earth Southeast in restoring Grassy Branch Creek!
Did you that one of the best things you can do to improve water quality is to plant trees along the streambank? On Saturday, Nov. 23rd we will have sumac and oaks available to plant in your yard, neighborhood, church or school to support the health of our waterways. These are bare root seedlings and can easily travel in any size vehicle.
To receive trees, register below, then arrive between 9 am - 11 am at the Peter Jenkins Walking Trail off Port Royal Road in Spring Hill to pick up your trees. Registrants can register for up to 5 free trees -- additional trees available on site while supplies last!
A $5 per tree contribution gives you a membership to Blessed Earth Southeast. Learn more about Blessed Earth HERE.
Plant a tree today to clean up our creeks! Questions? Reach out to John McFadden at email@example.com
This tree-giveaway event is part of the Grassy Branch Creek Restoration Project of the Tennessee Environmental Council in partnership with Blessed Earth, Southeast. The Grassy Branch Restoration Project has been funded, in part, by an agreement with the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, Non-point Source Program, and the United States Environmental Protection Agency.