Tree Adoption Hiawatha

Trees Forever Tree Adoptions

Adopt your trees and start replanting our beautiful communities!

In partnership with our generous lead sponsor Linn Area Credit Union, Trees Forever is hosting a tree adoption for all Hiawatha homeowners! Adopters may reserve up to two trees for pick up at the Kirkwood Community College Linn County Regional Center parking lot, on Sunday, September 26, between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Purchase your beautiful native trees at this secure online site! Orders are being taken starting the afternoon of Monday, September 13 and will close on Friday, September 24, at Noon or until supplies last. Trees must be purchased prior to the pickup date. Quantities are limited for each species.

Shop for your Native Trees Here!
Check out our upcoming adoptions

Fall 2021
Trees Forever is hosting more adoptions this fall!

Tree adoption dates and locations to be announced

Get Tree Planting and Care Tips Here!

Thank you to our Sponsors!

Your opportunity to adopt high-quality trees at a reduced price has been made possible by our sponsors, whose kind support has offset the full cost of your tree!

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Terms and Conditions

Reserved trees must be picked up between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. during your selected timeslot. Trees not picked up by the 1:00 p.m. deadline will be forfeited and may be resold. There will be no refunds.

By adopting a tree, you agree to plant it at your Hiawatha residence within one week of pickup. You must check with your local municipality if you are planning on planting in your sidewalk right-of-way. You also agree to provide the tree with continued care to the best of your ability. Need guidance? Download our step-by-step planting guide. Make sure to plant the right tree in the right place – check out our info here! Always call before you dig, contact Iowa One Call.

Trees Forever is here to answer any tree care questions. Contact us or view our many online resources at TreesForever.org.

Trees Forever’s Mission:

Our mission – to plant and care for trees and the environment by empowering people, building community, and promoting stewardship – is fulfilled through cutting-edge programs and innovative practices. Through these, our trained and experienced staff has assisted community leaders and landowners across Iowa and Illinois with thousands of planting projects.  Each year, on average, we work with and engage more than 7000 volunteers who give generously of their time and talents.  To date, they have helped us plant more than 3 million trees and shrubs throughout Iowa and Illinois.