Free trees!

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Dear Neighbor:

It’s tree planting season!
TreeFolks, a local non-profit organization, is offering free trees to our community through its NeighborWoods programPlanting trees decreases energy bills, provides cooling shade during our hot summers, and makes our neighborhood more beautiful. Participation in the program is completely free. The only ‘catch’ is that you have to plant and care for the trees.

To get a free tree for your house, come to one of TreeFolks’ upcoming free tree giveaway events.  Trees are available at the events on a first come, first served basis, one per person.  If you can’t make it to one of the events, you can join the waiting list to request to have trees delivered right to your door (also free).  All Austin Energy customers are eligible and residents within Austin Full Purpose Jurisdiction (click “I want to… find my jurisdiction”).

WHO:  TreeFolks, Austin Energy Customers, & Austin Residents
WHAT:  Free Tree Giveaway of 1,000 Fruit, Shade and Ornamental Trees
WHEN:  Saturday, October 28th, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
WHERE:  SFC’s Sunset Valley Farmers Market
SHARE: Visit our Facebook Page

To learn more about TreeFolks and the NeighborWoods program, please visit www.treefolks.org/nw  For further questions, contact shade@treefolks.org or call 512-443-5323.

About TreeFolks
TreeFolks empowers central Texans to build stronger communities through planting and caring for trees. Since 1989, TreeFolks has planted over 2 million trees in central Texas.  The NeighborWoods program is a partnership betwen TreeFolks and the City of Austin and Circuit of the Americas.

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