Soil Conservation Service gives away 1,300 native trees

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The Carroll County Soil Conservation District and the Natural Resource Conservation Service appreciates Carroll County residents for their participation in their Arbor Day event.

The day was an overwhelming success as over 100 residents received over 1,300 native trees. Trees available for pick up included Willow Oak, Christmas Pine, Pecan, Dogwood and Bald Cypress, all of which were donated to the community by the Carroll County Soil Conservation District.

Once planted, these trees will improve our soils, our waterways and our quality of life here in Carroll County. Service Programs are also honored to have assisted the community in remembering those lost during the COVID crisis. Tennessee College of Applied Technology – McKenzie was able to plant trees in memoriam for Terry Wilson, HVAC Instructor, and Anthony Mastrominico, Industrial Maintenance/HVAC student.

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