Year of Project: 2007
Trees Planted:10,232

Thousands of volunteers have planted more than 40,000 trees along the Jordan River corridor to restore and preserve migratory bird habitat. In 2007 American Forests part… Read More

TreeUtah

Year Planted: 2007

Trees Planted: 10,232
Location: Utah

Thousands of volunteers have planted more than 40,000 trees along the Jordan River corridor to restore and preserve migratory bird habitat. In 2007 American Forests partnered with TreeUtah to plant another 5,642 native seedlings.


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TreeUtah

Year Planted: 2007
Trees Planted: 10,232
Location: Utah

Thousands of volunteers have planted more than 40,000 trees along the Jordan River corridor to restore and preserve migratory bird habitat. In 2007 American Forests partnered with TreeUtah to plant another 5,642 native seedlings.



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