Spring 2024 Tree Giveaways Underway

Beginning March 8 through April 13, 2024, the Texas Trees Foundation is giving away complimentary trees to North Texas residents who live in select neighborhoods.

(DALLAS, TX) – March 14, 2024

Residents who qualify to receive one free tree may pre-register below (when registration is required) and/or live in or near the following locations. Note that some giveaways require registration and some do not.

    • 3/8/24 Ervin Elementary School (must live within a 5-mile radius)
    • 3/22/24 Dr. Frederick Douglass Todd Sr. Middle School (must live within 5-mile radius)
    • 3/23/24 Oak Cliff Tree Giveaway (must live within 7-mile radius) & Volunteer Tree Planting at 9 am
    • 3/30/24 AT&T Tree Giveaway (Park Lane location: 9100 North Central Expressway, Suite 105, Dallas, TX 75231) (no signup required)
    • 4/6/24 AT&T Tree Giveaway (Frisco location: 3551 Preston Road, Frisco, TX 75034) (no signup required)
    • 4/19/24 Children's Health Seedling Giveaway (no signup required)
    • 4/22/24 Jubilee Park Tree Giveaway (917 Bank St., Dallas, TX 75223) (must live within a 3-mile radius); signup required, link forthcoming

The free trees, provided by Texas Trees Foundation’s NeighborWoods program, should preferably be planted in the public right-of-way in front of their house.

Each tree will be accompanied by a bag of mulch and tree planting and maintenance instructions. If a resident receiving a tree is concerned about utility line issues for any reason, they should call 811 before planting.

Studies show that more trees in neighborhoods increase residential property value and enhance community pride," said Rachel McGregor, Texas Trees Foundation Urban Forester. "The newly planted trees will help mitigate the urban heat island effect and improve the infrastructure of the city."

Through the seasonal tree giveaway program, the Texas Trees Foundation is able to provide complimentary trees to homeowners who live within a park desert to increase neighborhood tree canopy coverage. These trees will enhance the neighborhood in multiple ways such as providing shade, reducing heating/cooling costs, and beautifying the neighborhood.

"We are delighted to be working with North Texas residents to increase the tree canopy in their neighborhood," said Elissa Izmailyan, Texas Trees Foundation Director of Operations. "The newly planted trees will improve residents' quality of life and provide them with all the benefits that trees bring to their community, such as shade, clean air, and energy conservation."

For more information on TTF's NeighborWoods program, go to:  texastrees.org/neighborwoods-program.

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