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The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is hosting a residential tree program this spring in Council Bluffs. You are receiving this message because you have participated in one or more of these events in the past. This program is similar to the MidAmerican Energy Plant Some Shade program except that this event is open to all Iowa residents, regardless of who they receive energy from!
A total of 500 trees are being offered for sale with 13 different species to choose from. Trees will be sold for $30 each with a limit of two trees per planting address. If you own multiple properties you can purchase two trees for each property. Trees will be between three and eight feet tall at pick up. The pickup event is scheduled for Saturday, April 27 from 8:30 to 10:30 am at Harrah’s Casino.
If you have a particular species you want be sure to get your order in right away!The following species are available at the event. Click on the species name for more information.
Northern Red Oak
American Elm ‘Colonial Spirit’
Serviceberry ‘Autumn Brilliance’ (single stem)
Eastern Redbud (single stem)
Star Magnolia ‘Royal Star’
Crabapple ‘Royal Raindrops’
Black Hills Spruce
Orders need to be placed by Friday, April 19. Order forms and payment needs to be sent to Pottawattamie Conservation Foundation at 223 S 6th St, Council Bluffs, IA 51501. More information about the program can be found on the attached order form. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
GABBI EDWARDS, Urban Forestry Program Specialist
Iowa Department of Natural Resources
P 515-725-8456 |firstname.lastname@example.org
502 E. 9th St., Des Moines, IA 50319
Please Enjoy our first Newsletter of 2019
9th ANNUAL CHRISTMAS BOUTIQUE, 206 Park Ave., Dec. 1-2, 11-5 p.m., Meet-the-Artists Preview, Nov. 30, 6-9 p.m. Original works by 12 area artists. Wearable art, jewelry, mixed media, holiday decor and much more. Ideal Christmas gift items. Free admission. Cash or checks only. If you have any questions please contact Sharon Babbitt @ (712) 323-5912
Please enjoy photos from the 2018 Fairmount Park Neighborhood Block Party
All please enjoy the September edition of the Fairmount Park Neighborhood Newsletter
Please see this Neighborhood watch report from Kent and Janelle Coker (136 Glen Avenue).
Just wanted to give everyone a heads up to a situation that occurred tonight. A person hired to do yard work next door alerted us that a guy had came out of the woods into our backyard asking him who owned the property. He then went back into our woods and made himself an area to camp in. We walked up and confronted him telling him he was on private property and needed to leave. He initially agreed but continued insisting he was going to sleep there. We called the police and he was escorted back all the while still questioning them( the police) about it being private or city owned. Just wanted everyone to be aware. I’m including a photo
Melva and Wayne Wood (316 Glen Avenue) had someone try to drill out their garage door lock the other night to try to break in. Households along the 300 and 400 block of Glen that have the alley run behind them should be on the look out and be sure to report any suspicious activity to the police.