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Trade-a-Tree

Richard Rice, of Port Byron, drops off a Christmas tree on the Cayuga County Soil and Water Conservation District’s Commerce-a-Tree program in 2016.


Gwendolyn Craig



Cayuga County residents as soon as once more have the chance to recycle their Christmas timber domestically this yr.

Cayuga Recycles, a program of the Cayuga County Planning Division, together with the Cayuga County Soil and Water Conservation District and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Cayuga County are holding the Commerce-a-Tree program this winter.

This system gives Cayuga County residents a possibility to drop off their Christmas timber (freed from decorations) for recycling into mulch and use on county initiatives. In return, residents will obtain a certificates for a white pine seedling that shall be obtainable on the district’s annual spring tree and shrub sale Could 7.

Bushes will be dropped off on the Cayuga County Pure Useful resource Conservation Heart, 7413 County Home Highway, Sennett, from Eight a.m. to Four p.m. Mondays-Fridays, Jan. 4-Eight and Jan. 11-15.

For extra details about this system, go to cayugaswcd.org or name the district at (315) 252-4171 ext. 4.