Free trees available for storm victims

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Right now registration is open for victims of those destructive spring storms to get some "re-leaf" with free trees.

800 trees are available to Oklahoma City residents who were impacted.

Since 2008, the Houston based "Apache Foundation" in cooperation with the "Tree Bank Foundation" have donated more than 6,000 trees to Oklahoma residents.

This year the donations are set aside for storm victims.

Although registration is open, the trees will not be distributed until later this month.

Registration will be open as long as there are trees available.

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.

To register or call (405) 602-3050.

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

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