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Volunteers help with Salt Lake County's million-trees program

Published September 26, 2013 9:08 pm
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Above and right • Volunteers from Rocky Mountain Power and Tree Inc. join Tree­Utah on Thursday to plant nine large oak trees at Wheeler Farm in Murray. Tree­Utah is helping Salt Lake County reach its goal of planting 1 million trees through the "One Million Trees for One Million People" program. The program's mission is to plant a million trees by 2017, and it is about halfway toward that goal. TreeUtah is a statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to tree planting and education. For more information on how to help, go to www.treeutah.org.






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