Purchase and plant an eligible shade tree and earn a $30 rebate!
Shade in the summer and a buffer against winter winds can lower your energy bills and trees raise property values of landscaped homes.
Trees release oxygen and help filter pollutants out of the air – as much as 7-24% – reducing respiratory illness.
Trees release water vapor into the atmosphere and create shade, both effective ways of controlling the Urban Heat Island effect and keeping our city cool!
Louisville’s tree canopy loses about 54,000 trees every year. Trees provide so many benefits to our city’s residents and are a vital part of our city’s infrastructure, so ask yourself – Have you planted a tree today?
* A, B, and C refer to size class of eligible tree species. A = large tree 50+ft at maturityB = medium 25-50ft at maturityC = small 25ft at maturity
For example: a Sugar Maple (class A) would be rebate eligible, while a Japanese Maple (class C) would be ineligible.
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