Go See Trees Fall Challenge

A blue sign that Reforest the Bluegrass amongst some greenery.

Wellington Park marks the spot. | Photo by Skip Burke.

Just in time for Fall Break, and changes in the foliage, Live Green Lexington wants you to take a “tree-cation” with its Go See Trees challenge.

Celebrating the efforts of the Reforest the Bluegrass campaign over the years, Go See Trees invites the community to explore our area parks + to see the growth of our expanded urban tree canopy.

Here’s how to participate:

  • View the map to locate all 12 trees.
  • Download your booklet.
  • A sign at each site will pose a question — write your answer in the tree’s corresponding box on your booklet.

Once completed, email a photo of your passport or drop it off at any branch of the Lexington Public Library, Raven Run Nature Sanctuary, McConnell Springs Park, or the Kenwick, Dunbar, and William Wells Community Centers.

Bonus: You’ll be rewarded for your efforts.

  • Visit eight trees to receive a tree-themed enamel pin + one entry into the grand prize raffle.
  • Visit all 12 trees to receive the enamel pin + three entries into the raffle.
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