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Yellowstone Conservation District Annual Arbor Day Tree Give Away

Thursday, April 29, 2021

The Yellowstone Conservation District is providing free trees to Yellowstone County residents in celebration of Arbor Day. Folks interested in a free tree to plant on their property should visit 1335 Holiday Circle in Billings in the parking lot next to Yellowstone Winery & Cellars, Friday, April 30, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Tree quantities are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Trees will not be given out prior to 11 a.m.

There 580 individually bagged trees will be given away – limit one per person and/or family.

1. Ash, Green – 3-5’ bare root (100 trees)

2. Cotoneaster, Pekin – 2-3’ bare root (100 trees)

3. Cottonwood, Siouxland (cotton-less) – 3- 5’ bare root (100 trees)

4. Dogwood, Redosier – 3’-5’ bare root (100 trees)

5. Plum, American – 3-5’ bare root (100 trees)

6. Plum, American – 5-6’, 175 cubic inch containers (80 trees)

Planting guidelines and information on how to care for young trees will be provided with each tree. For more information contact: Yellowstone Conservation District at 247-4420 or 690-9326 or email livie@mt.gov

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