Know Your City’s Trees

Where in South Boston is this tree? Account Manager David Tenofsky is standing by a Christmas tree somewhere in Southie. The first reader to guess its location will receive a free gift.

A staggering 33 million trees are sold in North America every year for Christmas. Today, as a carbon-neutral practice, one to three new seedlings are planted for every tree that is cut down. On the other hand, while artificial trees may appeal to us in terms of price and convenience, many of these trees are non-recyclable and destined to centuries in a landfill.

The most environmentally responsible Christmas tree option is a small, organically grown natural tree, recycled into mulch after use.

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