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Audubon, TreeVitalize Seek Coupon Participants in Southeast PA

Tuesday, August 11, 2015   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Cathy Corrigan
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Audubon Pennsylvania, the state office of the National Audubon Society, and DCNR have teamed up to offer members a discount coupon redeemable at participating nurseries and garden centers.

With over 400 registered Bird Habitat properties and 24 designated Bird Towns in southeastern PA, Audubon Pennsylvania’s Audubon At Home and Bird Friendly Communities programs continue to promote increased native plantings on home, park, and school landscapes to increase resources to birds while improving the property’s value and ecological footprint.

They are seeking participants in DCNR’s TreeVitalize “Tree’s Count, PA!” coupon program which has been active in central PA but now expands into the southeast where Audubon’s Bird Town program has a potential reach of more than 500,000 residents. The coupon allows for $15 off a tree purchase of $50 or more.

By virtue of being a participant in this program, your business (including address and website URL) will be listed on TreeVitalize’s searchable participant site as well as Audubon’s site – both used frequently by potential customers interested in improving their landscape.

Southeast and central PA businesses are sought: Nurseries located within the following counties are invited to register with the “Trees Count, PA!’ program: Bucks, Berks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Lehigh, Cumberland, Dauphin, York, Lancaster & Perry.

Consider adding this program to your Fall is for Planting campaign. For more information go to  Once approved, coupons and reimbursement forms will be provided to the participating locations. For more information, please contact Christine Ticehurst at 717-346-9583 or

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