Salina Recognized as a Tree City USA Community

Rachel Hinde-ConstantinoApril 27, 2018

The Kansas Forest Service and Arbor Day Foundation recognized Salina for the 28th consecutive year as a Tree City USA Community.

To qualify as a Tree City USA Community, a town or city must designate a tree board or department by municipal ordinance to operate the program, have an annual
budget of $2 per capita, and observe Arbor Day with a proclamation and tree planting ceremony.

To commemorate this recognition, City of Salina staff and students from Kansas Wesleyan University (KWU) held a tree planting ceremony on April 27 on KWU’s campus.

 

 

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