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Ever hear of the Emerald Ash Borer?  It could be devastating to our green ash trees here in Dillon when it arrives.  That is why the Dillon Tree Board promotes species diversity in our town and has planted several species to replace the green ash and prepare for this invader.  To learn more about the Emerald Ash Borer, click the link below.

Dillon's Director of Operations
Todd Hazelbaker reads the
Arbor Day Proclamation 2017

Dillon Unit Forester Jason Glenn
Manages the Tree Board Information Table
for Earth Day 2017

Some members of the Dillon Tree Board
Dillon remains a Tree City USA

Some of Dillon Unit's wildland fire crew
assist in tree planting activities at the
Dillon Cemetary

Some reasons trees need to be removed
and replaced with a new tree

Plant your own tree with our cost share program


Member of Montana Retired Educators help plant narrowleaf cottonwood trees on the Parkview Elementary School campus 2016

A spring pruning clinic at
Dillon Middle
School 2017
Arbor Day 2019 Dillon Middle School

Assistance from the
 Montana Youth Challenge Academy

Dillon, Montana - Trail of Trees

This map can be opened using the Google Maps App for Apple iOS, Android, or Windows.  Check it out in the App stores.

To Learn from past and present

Northern Rockies Tree School Presentations Please click Here

Beautiful spring crabapple bloom
at the Dillon Public Library

Pavers and trees on Atlantic Street

A rotten green ash removed before it did damage to a parked vehicle near Mary Ennes
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