Arbor Day Marked With Albany Ceremony In West Capitol Park

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"The first thing he did was he started planting trees", retired state forester John Hinners said at an Arbor Day program for 200 third-graders at Madison 2-3 Center on Thursday.

They'll include seedling giveaways, tree plantings and a hike and meditation outing at the Cleveland Metroparks West Creek Reservation called "Arbor Day Forest Bathing". Arbor Day in its various forms is now recognized in more than 50 countries.

For the past 29 years, Greenville has been named a Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation for meeting its standards.

".We celebrate tree planting and the value of trees to our communities as well as rural landscapes".

"We are looking to do this for the next three years on these trees", said James M. Hawver, Oneonta City Engineer.

On the last Friday in April, people across the US and other countries plant trees for future generations to enjoy.

When planting a tree, it's important to match the desired characteristics of the tree to the site where the tree is meant to grow. Two years ago, the tree was cut down and was donated to become the State Capitol Christmas Tree.

"I like to to climb them and to read in them", said Kira, a member of the elementary school's "Green Team". "The grants announced today will continue our investment in promoting forest resiliency and the countless economic and environmental benefit they provide".

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Volunteers will work to plant the trees from 8 a.m.to Noon Saturday. Awards range from $11,000 to $75,000, depending on municipal population.

"It's bathing in a figurative sense, surrounding yourself with trees", said Emily Bacha, director of communications and marketing for the Western Reserve Land Conservancy.

"So if the tree is 10 feet tall, the root system's out how far?" he asked. For each new policyholder enrollment in electronic billing, PHLY will plant fifteen (15) trees on behalf of the customer.

"You don't want a tree stuck in the ground like a utility pole", Stefferud said. Towns throughout the Midcoast hold events and opportunities to recognize trees and all they do for the environment.

"It is nice to see the horticulture and forestry faculty, students and college horticulturalists come together to develop a plan to celebrate trees and all they have to offer", said Justin W. Beishline, assistant dean of transportation and natural resources technologies.

Arbor Day deserves more respect and attention than in the past.

It is estimated that more than 1 million trees were planted in Nebraska on the first Arbor Day.

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