Rogue Valley Habitat For Humanity says it has several trees outside of its ReStore building in Medford for anyone in need of a tree. The local Christmas tree seller that used their lot this year had several trees left over, according to the non-profit. He decided to leave them with the store with hopes the trees would find the right homes.
Some 18 trees were available and in the spirit of the holidays, the non-profit says while they close at 2 p.m., the trees will be left outside till they’re all gone. According to one employee, some people have already taken home a tree.
“They were grateful,” said donations manager Kristy Ramos. “I had one customer that had her grandson. His father was just put in jail and so he wasn’t going to have a Christmas or anything like that so she grabbed a tree and took it to him.”
If you’d like to see if there’s a tree left, you can go visit the ReStore located off Highway 99 near the south Medford exit.