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TREE DROPOFFS Natural Christmas trees can be donated at these sites around Brazoria County. They should be free of all decorations. Brazoria C…
Surfside Beach’s existential struggle with the ocean and the shifting sand underfoot came into renewed focus this year with significant erosion from multiple tropical cyclones that spun along Texas’ Gulf coast.
Long after Christmas is over and the live trees have died, they still have a purpose that they can serve — one that will help sustain the local environment. That’s the purpose of Dunes Day: to sustain the local sand dunes by staking down the dead Christmas trees on the beach. The dead trees will collect windblown sand, which will help build up the sand dunes and protect against erosion.
Give a discarded natural Christmas tree, some time or both this month to help shore up the Brazoria County coastline.