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In a statement released today, the American Bar Association announced that they, in partnership with the Alliance for Community Trees (ACT) and the Parks & People Foundation, will kick off the ABA’s One Million Trees Project in a public ceremony Sept. 23 at Franklin Square Elementary/Middle School in West Baltimore.

The event is being held in conjunction with the 17th Annual ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources Fall Meeting. The ABA’s One Million Trees Project is a five-year national effort to plant one million trees across the United States.  Overseen by the local ACT affiliate Parks & People Foundation, the Franklin Square project will bring together volunteer ABA members along with students, teachers and community members to plant trees in the schoolyard and around the building as part of the campaign to beautify Baltimore’s neighborhoods.


Participants will plant 10 to 15 trees at the Franklin Square schoolyard, surrounding streets and nearby park, as well as weed, mulch and install flowering beds.  The tree planting event will also serve as the launching point for Neighbor Woods Month, a community service campaign to heighten awareness for trees in cities all around the nation.  Neighbor Woods Month is sponsored through a generous grant from The Home Depot Foundation, which is also the sponsor of the kick-off event.


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