Lowe’s offering free trees to rebuild canopy

Community Apr 22, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

Lowe’s Canada will be giving away 700 starter trees at its Hamilton and Burlington stores as part of “Project Replant.”

Each store will hand out 350 trees during the initiative designed to help Ontarians rebuild tree canopy in areas affected by last December’s ice storm.

Lowe’s Canada spokesperson and HGTV Canada host Bryan Baeumler will be handing out trees starting at 9:30 a.m. and speak with customers at the Hamilton location at Barton and Nash.

The goal is to provide households with a replacement starter tree (valued at $30 each) to encourage replanting this spring.

Lowe’s offering free trees to rebuild canopy

Community Apr 22, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

Lowe’s Canada will be giving away 700 starter trees at its Hamilton and Burlington stores as part of “Project Replant.”

Each store will hand out 350 trees during the initiative designed to help Ontarians rebuild tree canopy in areas affected by last December’s ice storm.

Lowe’s Canada spokesperson and HGTV Canada host Bryan Baeumler will be handing out trees starting at 9:30 a.m. and speak with customers at the Hamilton location at Barton and Nash.

The goal is to provide households with a replacement starter tree (valued at $30 each) to encourage replanting this spring.

Lowe’s offering free trees to rebuild canopy

Community Apr 22, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

Lowe’s Canada will be giving away 700 starter trees at its Hamilton and Burlington stores as part of “Project Replant.”

Each store will hand out 350 trees during the initiative designed to help Ontarians rebuild tree canopy in areas affected by last December’s ice storm.

Lowe’s Canada spokesperson and HGTV Canada host Bryan Baeumler will be handing out trees starting at 9:30 a.m. and speak with customers at the Hamilton location at Barton and Nash.

The goal is to provide households with a replacement starter tree (valued at $30 each) to encourage replanting this spring.