UPDATE: Oklahoma tornado victims register for free trees Wednesday

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MOORE, Okla. – Storms victims here in Oklahoma now have a chance to put some greenery back in the ground as they rebuild after the tornadoes.

Victims of the May 20 and May 31 storms can register for the tree giveaway starting Wednesday.

City leaders are teaming up with the Tree Bank Foundation and OSU-OKC to hand out 800 trees free of charge to the residents affected by the storms.

Click here to register or call (405) 602-3050.

Tree pick up is scheduled for Oct. 26 at OSU-OKC.


  • dave baker

    we live in Norman by lake Thunderbird also, on may 19th we lost our roof and some windows and more than 20 trees is this how i register?

  • Sheri Brown


    We live in Norman by Lake Thunderbird. We lost our roof, fence and around a dozen mature trees. We would be honored if we could get a free tree to help restart our bare land.

    Thank you for what you are doing to give back and your consideration.

    Sheri Brown

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