Where Can I Take These Tree Branches

Dated: 07/08/2019

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Image titleMini chain saw in hand, I recently went to town on some overgrown trees.  Branches had broken from a late spring snow storm and once I got started trimming, I felt like a tree artist, grooming and trimming until they were all just right.  I absolutely cut down more than I thought I would. I felt good about it but...   

The aftermath, left me with a few huge piles of tree limbs (slash).


WHAT DO I DO WITH THESE BIG PILES OF STICKS?


If you live in Douglas or Jefferson county, below are the links to find out more about the areas to take your slash, so you don't have big piles of unsightly yard debris.


https://www.douglas.co.us/land/wildfire-mitigation/slash-mulch-program/


https://www.jeffco.us/slash


You can also check with your local trash removal company as they may pick up branches if they are of a certain maximum size. 





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Kris McLaughlin

Kris has lived and worked in the south part of the Metro area for 30+ years. Before becoming a REALTOR®, Kris was a radio traffic reporter for many years and learned even more about the area. Maybe ....

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