Trees For Your Neighborhood
Non-profits, faith-based groups, neighborhood associations and government agencies may receive these trees at no cost.
Individual recipients with requisite knowledge about tree planting and care are asked to make a donation of $5 per tree.
In late September, thousands of trees arrived in Tulsa thanks to a continued tree grant from the Houston-based Apache Foundation. The Apache Foundation has awarded a grant to Up With Trees to distribute trees this fall to non-profits, faith-based groups, government agencies and neighborhood associations, as well as individuals.
Tree distribution will continue every Wednesday and Saturday from noon to 2 p.m. throughout the fall and winter at the PSO Tulsa Substation located on the west bank of the Arkansas River at 3600 S. Elwood. The facility will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 27 and Saturday, Nov. 30 for Thanksgiving.
Again, pickup times are ONLY on Wednesdays and Saturdays from noon to 2 p.m.
Flowering: * Crape Myrtle (Pink)
Large Shade: * Bald Cypress * Sycamore * Elm
Evergreen: * Loblolly Pine