Operation ReLeaf to offer energy-saving trees at reduced rate

Poplar trees. Photo by Jim Malewitz/IowaWatch.org

The Iowa DNR is encouraging Iowans looking for a cost-effective and eye-pleasing way to reduce home heating and cooling costs and storm water runoff to participate in Operation ReLeaf – a residential tree planting program that promotes energy and environmental conservation.

This spring the program will offer about 2,380 landscaping trees to Alliant Energy customers at reduced rates.

The program is funded by Alliant Energy and administered by the Iowa DNR Forestry Bureau with assistance from local partners.

Visit the Iowa DNR for more information.

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About jmalewitz

Jim Malewitz is a journalism intern at the Center for Global and Regional Environmental Research. Additionally, as a master's journalism student at the University of Iowa, he is conducting research on non-profit journalism while serving as an assistant editor at IowaWatch.org. Malewitz graduated from Grinnell College in 2009, where he majored in political science with a concentration in global development studies. He loves America, the states of Michigan and Iowa and Detroit Tigers baseball. He also an odd fascination with the former German Democratic Republic. He likes the environment too.
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