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Up With Trees kicks off 6-week beautification project

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By: Amanda Slee November 13, 2022 TULSA, Okla. — Soon people will start to see more trees around town as a new Up With Trees beautification project is now underway. Volunteers with Home Depot and Americorps NCCC are partnering with Up With Trees on a six-week project to plant more than 700 trees. They will be planting trees throughout major roadways and highways in Tulsa including the area between I-244 and Highway 11, at city and county parks, and at medians along Riverside. Around 50 volunteers kicked everything off Thursday morning on Highway 11 near the Pine Street exit as they got their hands dirty planting a mix of tree species including a Pine tree.


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