Tree Service Madera Announces Tree-Planting Competition for Local Businesses

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Madera, CATree Service Madera, a leading tree service company in the Central Valley, is proud to announce their upcoming tree-planting competition. The competition is open to all local businesses and non-profits intending to plant as many trees as possible.

The competition will kick off on the first of April and conclude in May. During this time, participating businesses will compete to plant the most trees in their local area. Tree Service Madera will provide participants with all necessary materials, including seedlings, soil, compost, and tools. At the end of the competition, the business or organization that planted the most trees will be crowned the winner.

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"We are so excited to launch this competition and help our local businesses get involved in sustainable practices," said Edgar Doprisco, CEO of Tree Service Madera. "The pandemic has been hard on everyone, and we believe this competition is an excellent chance for our community to come together and positively impact our environment."

Tree Service Madera is partnering with local researchers from Madera County to monitor the success of the planted trees. Lead researcher Dr. Rachel Anderson commented, "It's always inspiring when businesses step up to do good in their communities. We look forward to working with Tree Service Madera and seeing how many trees we can plant during this competition."

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Tree Service Madera encourages all local businesses and non-profits to join the competition. The company will provide guidance and support throughout the process. Interested parties can sign up on the Tree Service Madera website or visit the company's offices for a detailed explanation of how the tree planting practice will operate.

In addition to providing materials, Tree Service Madera will host weekly workshops to teach participants best practices for tree planting and care. The workshops will cover site selection, soil preparation, planting techniques, watering, and pruning. These sessions are open to all community members.

After the competition, Tree Service Madera will award a cash prize to the winning business or non-profit. In addition, all participating companies will also receive a special recognition certificate from Tree Service Madera to celebrate their commitment to sustainability.

"We are thrilled to offer this opportunity for our community members to come together, have some fun, and give back to our environment," said Doprisco. "We hope everyone joins us in this competition and helps us reach our goal of planting as many trees as possible."

Tree Service Madera is a family-owned business serving the Central Valley since 2000. The team specializes in tree removal and pruning services for residential and commercial customers.

For more information, visit the company's offices at 14566 CA-41, Madera, CA 93636, United States. Homeowners can also contact the company at +1 559-234-3291 and

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About Tree Service Madera :

Tree Service Madera is a family-owned tree service with over 25-years of experience caring for the natural landscape of communities in Fresno and Madera counties.

Contact Tree Service Madera:

Edgar Doprisco

14566 CA-41,
Madera, CA, 93636


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