April 22 is Earth Day, a time when people show their support for the environment and adopt initiatives/behaviors to help sustain it. Your South Branch Library is offering you a way to become an active participant by providing you the opportunity to sign-up for Trees for Kids to receive a free tree to plant for Earth Day.
2024 marks the third year the South Branch Library has participated, which is organized by Neighborhood Forest. Established in 2010, this initiative gives out free trees to kids to plant across 48 states in America and Canada.
Starting now through March 15, you may register through the library to be a part of this year's donations. CLICK HERE to sign your child up, at no cost, or allow staff at the South Branch Library to register you on your next visit. Afterwards, you'll wait until you're notified to pickup your tree sapling, which will be made available at the South Branch location for pickup. Then simply find a place outside and plant your tree to encourage the growing of more trees for the environment.
Since the organization began, more than 130,000 trees have been given out, and 42,000 of them given out just last year alone. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to help this initiative continue to grow and thrive.
For more information about this program, contact Marnie Boyers at 325-698-7565, or via email at email@example.com.