The goal for 2016 for Norman Clayton and Sunridge Park has been met!!  Thank you to all who donated!!

Greentree Adopt-a-Park Tree Program* 2016 through 2019

The Greentree Adopt-a-Part Tree Program achieved its goal of saving seven trees in Greentree parks by treating them for emerald ash borer disease. Treatments were funded by donations from Greentree residents to the Madison Parks Foundation accounts for three trees each in Norman Clayton and Sunridge Parks and by an anonymous donation for treatment of one tree in Greentree – Chapel Hill Park.  
The treatments lasts until 2019 when the second treatment phase is planned, with a third treatment phase planned for 2022. From now until mid-May 2019, the accounts for Norman Clayton and Sunridge Parks will remain open for donations toward 2019 EAB treatments for the trees in the two parks. This provides an opportunity for you to make a donation to support the 2019 EAB treatments early, rather than waiting for the relative short fund-raising period from mid-May to mid-July 2019.
Donations: Donation by check can be made by mailing a check made out to Madison Parks Foundation for the total amount and a separate note which specifies the park or parks and the amount(s) to: 

Madison Parks Foundation
1402 Wingra Creek Parkway
Madison, WI 53715 

Donations by credit card can be made by going on-line to the Madison Parks Foundation PayPal credit card donation page for our Adopt-a-Park Tree Program at:

 Greentree Neighborhood Parks – Ash Tree Preservation 
and specifying the park or parks and the amount(s) in the “Notes:” area on the form.  

Fine Print: A 2% administrative fee is charged for a donation and an additional 3% processing fee is charged for a credit-card donation. The Madison Parks Foundation is a tax-exempt 501(c) (3) organization and your gift is tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. 
Thank You: Thank you very much to everyone donating to support preservation of these trees! Also thank you to Gary Becker, Sunridge Park Neighborhood, Stephanie Franklin, Madison Parks Foundation, to Laura Bauer and others, Madison Parks, and to Miguel and Bill, Capital City Tree Experts, for their roles in making this happen.
Greentree Adopt-a-Park Tree Committee (Chuck Kime, Mary Lourich and Julia Pooler) and
Greentree Neighborhood Association Board.
If you have questions, please contact the Committee at or at (608) 274-1402.

*The Greentree Adopt-a-Park Tree Program is sponsored by the Greentree Neighborhood Association
in cooperation with the Madison Parks Foundation.

Greentree Neighborhood Association