Volunteers plant a conifer tree along the Dungeness River in January 2019. Photo by Bre Harris

Volunteers plant a conifer tree along the Dungeness River in January 2019. Photo by Bre Harris

City of Bremerton giving away 100 Energy-Saving Trees

The City of Bremerton Tree Committee will be giving away 100 trees to city residents as part of its participation in the Community Canopy Program.

Registration is required and residents will need to provide their City of Bremerton utility billing account number for proof of residency. Tree pick-up will be held on Saturday, April 13 from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Stephenson Canyon, located at 2800 Birch Street in Bremerton.

To register visit arborday.org/bremerton to receive your one Energy-Saving Tree. For questions, please contact Bremerton1@ci.bremerton.wa.us.

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