(Story, Wyo.) — Students from Story School headed out with the Story Volunteer Fire Department
this week to
find the perfect Christmas tree — and in the process, are helping build a
fire break to mitigate the risk of a wildfire making it into Story.
The Story Volunteer Fire Department is working on a fire break, and instead
of destroying the trees, the Department is offering the public the trees
this Christmas season.
The Story School students selected the first tree from the program Tuesday.
*Counting tree rings; it was about 40 years old. h/t SVFD and Story School
/ Pitchengine Communities*
Trees will be available for a suggested $20 donation. Pick up will be on
Dec. 6th-13th from 1-5 p.m. at the Story Fire Dept. All trees are Douglas
Fir ranging in size from 4 feet to 15 feet.
Pre-orders are preferred but there will be many trees to choose from at the
fire station on these dates.
Trees are offered on a donation basis and all funds will be used for the
safety of Story Fire Fighters and SVFD. Trees returned to the Department
after the holidays will be used by the local walleye club for fish habitat
at Lake DeSmet.
To order a tree please call Brian Meineke at 752-9283. Special dates and
times can be accommodated by phone call.
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Quick safety talk and meeting some of the firefighters before heading out.
h/t SVFD and Story School / Pitchengine Communities
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*Hauling the tree to the truck. h/t SVFD and Story School / Pitchengine
*Feature photo: Finding animal tracks while finding a tree. SVFD and Story
School / Pitchengine Communities*
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