In the first year of KDB’s Trees Mean Business tree planting program, TEN Denton businesses received up to five trees each! KDB’s Trees Mean Business Program grants free trees, including planting and delivery, to Denton businesses.
Apply by Friday, September 2 to receive trees in September/October of this year.
Trees Mean Business is made possible through the Denton Tree Initiative, a partnership effort between Keep Denton Beautiful and the City of Denton to plant 12,000 trees by 2019. Learn more at www.dentontreeinitiative.com.
See photos below of the Denton businesses and nonprofits who have benefited from Trees Mean Business so far!
Cycle Center of Denton – five trees in spring 2016
Denton County – eight trees split among three locations in fall 2015
East Side Denton – three trees in spring 2016
Good Samaritan Village – five trees in fall 2015
Labinal Power Systems – four trees in spring 2016
MBS Seed, Inc. – five trees in fall 2015
Mr. B’s Bookkeeping – five trees in fall 2015
Oak St. Drafthouse – three trees in spring 2016
The Village Church – five trees in fall 2015
United Through Hope – five trees in spring 2016
Thank you to our Trees Mean Business participants for taking advantage of these programs to help us plant more trees and reach our goal of 12,000 trees by 2019!