Home Run For Trees

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2016 Event Canceled

We are sorry to announce that although there was quite a bit of interest in this event, there were not enough full teams formed for a tournament to take place this year.

Supporting Trees Through Softball

Home Run for Trees is a two day, double elimination, co-ed tournament with proceeds benefiting the installation of tree canopy in the Northern Kentucky Area, including at the Boone County Arboretum.

There are few places in the Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky area where you can see such a unique arrangement of diverse plants. The Boone County Arboretum was the nation’s first arboretum within an active recreation park setting - the specialized arrangements of plant families are connected by a 2+ mile paved multi-use trail winding around twelve athletic fields. Six of these are baseball/softball fields, making this the perfect venue for friends to gather and play ball in support of nature and trees.

A tree will be planted at the Arboretum in honor of the winning team.

Field at Night

Get your business or organization involved!

  • Great way to boost morale
  • An opportunity for Team Building
  • Great community involvement & marketing for your business or organization
  • Prizes for and awards for winning teams
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Previous Winning Teams

2015

The 2015 event started on Friday, July 17 but was rain-delayed to Saturday, August 8. Congratulations to the "Cubbies" team for winning the tournament. A Frontier Elm was planted near Ballfield #3 in their honor.