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Boulevard Tree Planting Program

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If you're tired of looking at a plain yard, planting a few trees could be just the fix.

The Minot Forestry Department has trees available to anyone interested in sprucing up the lawn.

Trees are available for 100 dollars each.

Many types of trees are available.

City Forester, Brian Johnson says not only do trees protect your lawn by providing shade for the grass, but have many benefits for your property.

(Brian Johnson, City Forester) "It definitely brings tranquility back into our town. it adds a lot of beauty. It quiets some of the streets. Minot has gotten quite large over the last couple of years so it quiets the road noise down. definitely adds property value to your home."

Johnson says The forestry department is running low on trees and urges anyone interested in adding trees to their property should do so as soon as possible.

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