MZTA - Tree Programs

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Participate in Tree Planting Events and Environmental Education Programs

Trees are among the most important and least appreciated component of our planet. They improve air quality and produce oxygen. They may help reduce the effects of droughts and provide wind breaks to protect from storms. Their immediately obvious local benefits include improved property values and neighborhood aesthetics.

Like the historic Great Plains Shelterbelt, the organization encourages Chapter Organizations and community groups to develop local programs to plant trees in many communities along the Link Trail to improve green space. The activities will serve as a catalyst for youth science and environmental education, and connect communities through celebrations of tree planting.

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