You know Spring is just around the corner when the annual tree giveaway is scheduled to be coming soon. This event is so popular every year. So you will want to make sure you get there early.

 

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Who doesn't love trees? All the beautiful trees in East Texas is what makes our area so special. There is nothing like finding some shade from a beautiful tree on a hot summer day.

Who is Giving Free Trees Away?

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The Texas Forestry Service along with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extention and the Bowie County Master Gardeners all team up for this special event to giveaway young trees that are specifically local to our area.

What Type of Trees Will be Given Away?

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Trees varieties that will be given away will be Shumard Oak, Nutall Oak, Sawtooth Oak, Bald Cypress and Mayhaw.

How Many Trees Can I Get For Free at the Annual Tree Giveaway?

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You will be limited to 5 tree varieties and a limit of up to 20 trees per family. That is a lot of trees!

Where is the Annual Free Tree Giveaway Taking Place?

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It all takes place on Saturday, February 26 from 9 AM to 12 PM at T&P Trail Head Park in New Boston, Texas. The park is located at 200 South Ellis Street in New Boston. Be sure to get there early these trees go fast! Stay up to date on this event here.

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