Where Can I Recycle Christmas Trees and Greenery in Falmouth?

You have until Feb. 15 to bring your tree to the town composting facility for free recycling,

(Photo courtesy wyckoff.patch.com)
(Photo courtesy wyckoff.patch.com)
 The Town of Falmouth is taking residents' Christmas trees only (no sneaking in brush from yard clean-ups) free of charge at the Compost Facility, 565 Blacksmith Shop Rd., through Feb. 15, 2014The Compost Facility is open Tuesday through Saturday from 8:15 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. except in cases of extreme weather.

Other ways to recycle your Christmas tree, according to the Massachusetts Christmas Tree Association

  1. "After the holidays, consider giving your tree a second life as compost, mulch or chips to be used later in a garden or at a landscape project.
  2. Clip the branches from the tree and use them as a protective cover on garden plants.
  3. Use the tree as a birdfeeder which can also be a cover shelter and a shield from harsh weather."
Source: Massachusetts Christmas Tree Association
Becky Valenzuela January 20, 2014 at 04:59 PM
For affordable, great quality decorations, I recommend checking out Home Seasons. Here's their link. http://www.homeseasons.com/


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