Monday, October 26, 2009

Governor creates state-wide planting program resulting in the planting of 22,000 trees to date; Maryland

Cumberland Times-News - Plant a tree:
When Gov. Martin O’Malley visited Cumberland a year ago to help honor students from Cresaptown Elementary and Fort Hill High schools, the students planted trees as part of the city’s urban tree canopy program.

Cresaptown had been recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School, and Fort Hill science teacher Mac Sloan had established a native tree nursery and a solar energy project.

O’Malley had just established his own “Marylanders Plant Trees” program, and Marylanders around the state have responded by planting about 22,000 trees.

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