Recycle Your Christmas Trees: This year, instead of throwing out your Christmas tree, you might want to think about donating it to one of the non-profit organizations in Oregon that works to improve the state’s wild fish population.
Utilize This Nonprofit Organisation in Oregon to Recycle Your Christmas Trees
There is a national group known as Trout Unlimited that works to preserve the cold-water fisheries and watersheds of North America. According to the organization, there was once a population of wild coho salmon that exceeded one million, but in 1996, just 50,000 wild cohos returned to their traditional spawning streams. Cohos are native to the North Pacific Ocean.
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Christmas for Coho is an annual event that is being put on by the Tualatin Valley and Clackamas River chapters of Trout Unlimited. This is being done to help support the species’ population, which is on the decline.
The annual C4C is organized by the Tualatin Valley chapter to urge residents of Oregon to recycle their Christmas trees and repurpose them as homes for wild and native salmon, sea-run trout, and steelhead. The event is organized by the Tualatin Valley chapter. Since 2010, the chapter reports that their event has been responsible for the recycling of more than 3,000 trees.
According to a press release issued by Trout Unlimited, “The trees soon provide shade and protection for juvenile fish and a nurturing breeding habitat for invertebrates the trout feed on.” [Citation needed] “Thousands of juvenile fish have been witnessed feeding and hiding among the trees,” the author writes. “There is no doubt that this habitat improvement is helping young fish thrive during the vital raising phase before they swim out to the ocean.”
People will be able to bring in their used Christmas trees between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. on the Saturdays of the 7th and 14th of January. These are the sites where items can be dropped off.
Recycle your Christmas trees with this Oregon non-profit https://t.co/bIFHui7GIT
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In order to cover the costs of transportation and other associated expenditures, each tree will cost $10. In order to preserve the health of the water, Trout Unlimited does not take trees that have flocking or tinsel on them.
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