Enhance Our Local Environment – Donate to the Logan City Living Tree Program
Did you know?
Trees renew our air supply by absorbing carbon dioxide and producing oxygen.
One large tree can provide a day's supply of oxygen for up to four people.
A tree can absorb as much as 48 pounds of carbon dioxide per year and can sequester 1 ton of carbon dioxide by the time it reaches 40 years old
Trees lower air temperature by evaporating water in their leaves
Tree roots stabilize soil and prevent erosion
Trees improve water quality by slowing and filtering rain water, as well as protecting aquifers and watersheds
Trees provide shelter and food for wildlife such as birds, squirrels, and bugs
Trees in the landscape relax us, lower heart rates, reduce stress, and cool us off
The Living Tree Donation is a simple way for anyone to give a tax-deductible cash donation and in exchange a 2-inch diameter tree will be planted in a Logan City park or in other City-owned property where trees are needed. Donations start at $300 per tree. Trees will be ordered by the Logan City Forester to ensure it is healthy and appropriate for its surroundings. The City Forester will also work with you on location and tree type. Once planted the tree and location will be digitally archived in the City’s tree inventory. Trees purchased through the Living Tree Program may be planted by volunteers with provided instruction or by City crews. Trees will be planted based on locations identified by the City.
Your tax-deductible donation should be made out to:
City of Logan Living Tree Program
Attn: City Forester
290 North 100 West
Logan, UT 84321
Locations that need trees:
Adams Park, 550 North 500 East
Bridger Park, 1181 North 400 West
Canyon Road Park, 950 E. Canyon Road
Don Reese Park, 1200 North 400 West
Fairview Park, 451 South 500 West
Gateway Park, Legrand Street U.S 89-91
Willow Horseshoe Park, 500 West 700 South
Hyrum Gibbons Mt. Logan Park, 1400 East 350 South
Jens Johansen Park, 850 East 100 North
Logan City Cemetery, 1000 North 1200 East
Logan Meadows Park, 350 South 600 West
Lundstrom Park, 1600 East 1350 North
Morningside Park, 450 East 1150 North
River Hollow Park, 10 River Park Drive
Soccer Complex, 1500 South Legrand Street
Stewart Nature Park, 100 South 800 East
Trapper Park, 1500 South 1600 West
Dedication ceremonies, placement of plaques, decorations, notes, or tree ornaments will not be allowed.
For more information contact Joe Archer, City Forester at (435) 716-9749. or email Joe at firstname.lastname@example.org