Tree for Me Distribution Focuses on Devastated Areas of Tate and Goshen

In 2023, Taking Root partnered with Clermont County Parks and Department of Soil and Water to distribute approximately 360 trees in the fall and the spring to residents in Tate and Goshen Townships to address tree canopy loss due to insect and tornado damage. The five-gallon trees — red and white oak, tulip, redbud, bald cypress, tupelo, dawn redwood — were purchased from Natorp’s with a grant from the Duke Energy Foundation that made it all possible! We avoided trees like maples that are susceptible to the invasive Asian Longhorned beetle. 

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