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Show your appreciation for one of the estate’s 400 trees with an adoption gift to help preserve it! Our arborist assesses the health of our trees to recommend treatment and pruning. Such maintenance results in far less damage to the grounds when winter storms hit. Tree adoption gifts range from $200-$700, and the donors receive a Certificate of Gratitude which makes a popular holiday or in memoriam gift. You can stop by and pick out your tree in person or simply send in your donation amount (or donate below!) at the level you wish to adopt. Trees will be marked with colorful ribbons denoting their adoption level.

Adopt-a-Tree is happening now and will close on our Fall Clean-Up Day, Saturday November 3rd.

The cost of adoption will run from $200 to $700.
The colorful bands on the trees signify the cost:

Green = $200  /  Orange = $300  /  Pink = $500  /  Pink & Green = $700.

Once the tree is adopted, we have laminated tags acknowledging the Adopter which will be more durable and will remain in place longer. The tags will be removed once the work on the tree has been completed.

Hackberry– 1 @ $500

White Pine–1 @ $300