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A TREE PLANTING BLITZ IS ABOUT TO HAPPEN IN NORTH MINNEAPOLIS

This event has passed. To see photos from the event, visit our Facebook. A TREE PLANTING BLITZ IS ABOUT TO HAPPEN IN NORTH MINNEAPOLIS A local business collaborative provides funds and volunteers to plant 100+ trees In a continuing effort to bring trees to North Minneapolis neighborhoods, Tree Trust has teamed up with a local partner to plant trees at residences and a local park on Friday, October
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TREE TRUST and the City of St. Louis Park to plant trees in Westwood Hills Nature Center

Tree Trust and the City of St. Louis Park to plant trees in Westwood Hills Nature Center September, 2018 (St. Louis Park, Minn.) – Tree Trust staff will be joined by community volunteers to plant 150 trees on Saturday, September 29 at Westwood Hills Nature Center in St. Louis Park. This joint effort between Tree Trust, the City of St. Louis Park, and the Westwood Hills Nature Center is intended to
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Tree Trust and the City of Columbia Heights to green up with the support of Boise Paper’s Project UP™ initiative

Tree Trust and the City of Columbia Heights to green up with the support of Boise Paper’s Project UP™ initiative [Minneapolis] September 15, 2018– On Saturday, September 15th, the Alliance for Community Trees, a program of the Arbor Day Foundation; Boise Paper, Office Depot, Inc.; Tree Trust; and the City of Columbia Heights will come together to plant 60 trees to complete the rebuilding pr
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Summer with JobPrep: Transforming Lives

Tree Trust’s JobPrep programs are designed to transform lives and landscapes, and the Youth Conservation Corps has been doing that every summer for more than 40 years. In this program, Tree Trust employs hundreds of young people, many of whom have never had a job before, to complete improvement projects in public parks and recreation spaces. Projects can include building retaining walls, staircase
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Improving Green Space for All

Entering the Workforce with Tree Trust This summer, 174 youth are working on Tree Trust’s outdoor crews to improve public parks and recreation areas across the metro. For many participants, Tree Trust’s summer program will be their very first job. While adding high-quality improvements to public green space and learning landscape construction skills, participants also learn the basics
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