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Christmas Tree Recycling

Peg Schroeder

I grew up in Colorado skiing, hiking, running and being heavily involved with children in Jefferson County while my kids were in school...

I grew up in Colorado skiing, hiking, running and being heavily involved with children in Jefferson County while my kids were in school...

Nov 19 2 minutes read

Choosing a good old-fashioned live Christmas tree is the most sustainable way to celebrate our favorite holiday tradition.  Real trees absorb carbon dioxide and emit fresh oxygen as they grow, and tree farms stabilize soil, protect water supplies, provide refuge for wildlife and employ thousands of workers.

After Christmas, EAS+Y (Evergreen Alliance for Sustainability) arranges for a FREE Christmas tree recycling at Evergreen Lutheran Church on Hwy. 73 (2 miles south of the stoplight in Evergreen) between 9 AM - 3 PM  on January 2nd.  Lam Tree Service chips the trees and offers the mulch for FREE later that month.  Please call EAS+Y (720) 536-0069 or email [email protected] with any questions. There is no better way to dispose of used Christmas trees, re-purpose them into useful mulch and protect our fragile environment in the process! Happy Holidays!

















 




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