100 Trees for 100 Years!

Help us celebrate Country Club Christian Church’s centennial by planting 100 trees in the Historic Northeast!

This fall, residents of the Historic Northeast are eligible to receive a free tree for planting on private property in their yard. Additionally, Bridging The Gap’s Heartland Tree Alliance and volunteers will plant trees in Concourse Park and along neighborhood streets in the right of way.

How to Get Your Free Yard Tree

Residents of the historic northeast are eligible to receive one 3-gallon-container shade tree to take home to plant in their own yard. Two tree choices are available: sugar maple or tulip tree.

Residents can pick up their tree from 9:00 to 11:00 AM on Saturday, October 9 at Concourse Park. Residents must reserve their tree in advance by filling out the form below. (If you are unable to pick your tree up on October 9, fill out the form, and we’ll see if we can make arrangements to get you your tree.)

First-come, first-served. Sign up today!

How to Get Your Free Street Tree

Eligible residents can sign up to receive a free street tree! Trees are planted within 5 feet of the street or between the sidewalk and curb. Residents will be given a choice of tree type and then volunteers will plant the tree for them on October 9. All we ask is that you sign a pledge to help water the trees for at least the next two years.