The City of Milton, Tree City USA designee by the Arbor Day Foundation, will offer two tree appreciation events Saturday, March 10 and 17, as part of its commitment to maintain the city's natural beauty.
The first, held at Bell Memorial Park from 9 a.m. to noon, is a component of the city's current tree inventory. Two consulting arborists from Davey Resource Group, along with city staff, will be on site to discuss proper tree care, mulching, pruning, signs of disease, tree species identification and answer any questions the public might have about the tree inventory.
This project is funded by the Georgia Forestry Commission's Urban and Community Forestry Grant Program and is the first step towards getting the information needed for a tree management and maintenance plan.
The second event will take place at Bethwell Community Center from 10 a.m. to noon for Arbor Day. Volunteers and city staff will prune trees, plant new trees and flowers, mulch and put in a new fence.
For more information on either of these events, please contact City Planner Michele McIntosh-Ross at 678-242-2538 or email@example.com or City Arborist Mark Law at 678-242-2552 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Funds for this project were provided by the Urban and Community Forestry Grant Program administered by the Georgia Forestry Commission.
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