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Free Tree Saplings Available At Milton City Hall

The free white oak, sweet crabapple and eastern cedar tree saplings were donated by the National Wildlife Federation.

Credit: Patch
Credit: Patch
The city of Milton now has free white oak, sweet crabapple and eastern cedar tree saplings available at its headquarters.

The saplings, donated by the National Wildlife Federation, can be picked up at Milton City Hall's Community Development and Public Safety entrance by residents and community groups.

The potted trees, meant to attract wildlife to the city, are available outside Milton's City Hall Community Development and Public Safety entrance, located at 13000 Deerfield Parkway Suite 107F. 

Instructions for planting the trees are available inside city hall.

"Planting a tree is a perfect way to celebrate Earth Day and connect with our planet," said Mark Law, Milton's arborist. "So why not stop by and pick one up so you can help make Milton a more beautiful place to live?"

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