Tractor Supply gives back Buy a chainsaw, plant five trees

 

September 27, 2018

Erin Tierney/The Creswell Chronicle

Creswell Tractor Supply Co. Store Manager Guy Lindgren stands next to the Husqvarna chainsaws. Tractor Supply customers can purchase these chainsaws now through Oct. 28 to help fund reforestation efforts.

Tractor Supply Company in Creswell​ is participating in a company-wide hurricane recovery initiative that will benefit the Arbor Day Foundation's hurricane reforestation efforts.

For every Husqvarna chainsaw purchase made in Tractor Supply stores or on its website, five trees will be planted within a forest of need in areas that were severely affected by last year's hurricanes, including Florida, Texas and Puerto Rico. Tractor Supply has committed to donating up to 50,000 trees.

The hurricane recovery initiative will run through Oct. 28, 2018. It comes approximately one year after Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria left lasting damage in parts of southeastern U.S., Texas and Puerto Rico.

Tractor Supply customers can purchase Husqvarna chainsaws now through Oct. 28 to help fund reforestation efforts.

Tractor Supply offers six models of Husqvarna chainsaws and accompanying accessories in stores, with a larger selection available online at TractorSupply.com/Husqvarna.

The trees funded by Tractor Supply's Husqvarna hurricane recovery initiative will be planted in early 2019.

For more information on Tractor Supply's Stewardship Program, visit tscstewardshipreport.com.

For more information about the Arbor Day Foundation and its hurricane tree recovery efforts, visit ArborDay.org.


 
 

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