Recycle Your Christmas Tree, Save Louisiana's Coastal Wetlands

For nearly three decades, parishes throughout the Bayou State have recycled Christmas trees to keep them out of landfills and protect coastal Louisiana.

In response to overwhelming interest in the Christmas Tree Recycling program, the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana (CRCL) has launched a brand-new webpage at CRCL.org that makes it easy to find out all the important information about recycling your live Christmas Tree. The new webpage focuses on the five coastal parishes -- Jefferson, Orleans, St. John the Baptist, Tangipahoa, and Terrebonne -- that still collect and recycle trees for use in coastal projects.

In most places, it's as easy as leaving your tree out curbside, but you have to make sure to do it on the right dates.

Find out when and how to recycle your Christmas tree by clicking here.

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