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Tanger Outlets Branson celebrates Earth Day: Community tree planting on April 19 and butterfly release on April 22

Earth Day is April 22, and Tanger Outlets Branson plan to celebrate with a community tree planting on Friday, April 19, at 10 a.m. Trees play a vital role in producing oxygen, improving air quality, reducing waste and pollution, conserving water and supporting wildlife, among other benefits. The tree planting will take place behind Helzberg Diamonds.


Tanger’s dedication to planting trees in the communities it serves represents just one step in the company’s environmental commitment and sustainability goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2050. 


In addition, Tanger Branson has proudly partnered with The Missouri Department of Conservation and Legacy Academy Preschool to assist in raising over sixty caterpillars into butterflies. The Legacy students will gain first-hand knowledge about the butterfly life cycle by observing it in real time over a period over three to four weeks. On Monday, April 22, at noon, Legacy Academy will come to Tanger Branson on an educational field trip for a butterfly release. The students will enjoy a live demonstration from the Missouri Department of Conservation and learn the importance on how butterflies play a significant role in contributing to a healthy, balanced ecosystem. The butterfly release will be in the Butterfly Garden at Tanger.


These free events are open to the public and will be held at Tanger Outlets, 300 Tanger Blvd., Branson.


Tanger shoppers can also make a difference by shopping sustainably with eco-friendly specialty stores including American Eagle and Yankee Candle. 


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