SPOKANE, Wash. - The City of Spokane Neighborhood Tree Program is giving away 1,000 free trees thanks to a partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation's Canopy program.
The free trees are available to help residents in the community lower energy costs, filter air and water, reduce stormwater runoff, slow climate change and green neighborhoods.
An online tool is available to help determine the best place in your yard to plant in order to maximize savings on your energy bill. The tool also estimates the annual savings that will result from the tree.
If you are interested in a free tree, visit www.arborday.org/spokane. Orders are open while supplies last. There will 500 trees available in the spring and 500 more in the fall.
The 2- to 4-foot tree will be shipped directly to your house, ready for planting, all at no charge.
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