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By Jana Hill
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Adopt a Stream trees for salmon event begins now

Local nonprofit decides to start selling early


Last updated 11/27/2020 at 8:41pm

Photo courtesy of Adopt a Stream

Julie McEarchern of Mill Creek stands next to her Sitka Spruce with Kelly Singletarry of Adopt a Stream. Live trees are for sale at Adopt a Stream. This year, the retired and living holiday trees will go to Redmond, near Bear Creek.

Live trees at Adopt a Stream can be bought, or borrowed, then planted after the holidays.

The live trees are going to "do great things for the planet for several hundred years," said Tom Murdoch, director of Adopt a Stream.

The nonprofit, at 600 128th St. S.E., Everett has its "Holiday Trees for Salmon" sale through Dec. 23 during open hours.

This year's tree selection includes Douglas fir, grand fir, Western red cedar, and Sitka spruce. The trees sell for $40, $60, and $100, and purchases are paired with a 2021 Adopt A Stream Foundation membership. Julie McEarchern of Mill Creek said s...

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