Prairie Village Tree Board has Successful Tree Planting Event
The Prairie Village Tree Board in coordination with the Heartland Tree Alliance-Bridging the Gap had their 2nd Annual Tree Planting Event. The Prairie Village Tree Board has an annual event where they pick a location in the City that is in need of more right-of-way trees to help promote trees in the City and to give neighborhoods the benefits that trees can provide.
This year the Prairie Village Tree Board, Heartland Tree Alliance as well as volunteers from Orizon Aerostructures planted 22 trees. The trees were planted along 63rd Street just west of Mission Road and along Mission Road from 63rd Street to 67th Terrace.
•Reduce ambient air temperatures
•Reduce particulate matter concentrations
•Improved health and psychological benefits
•Bottom line: in the right spot, trees can help make our air healthier and our cities more verdant and livable. - The Nature Conservancy
If you would like to learn more about the Heartland Tree Alliance-Bridging the Gap go to their website at https://bridgingthegap.org/heartland-tree-alliance/ to learn about other volunteer events in our area as well as ways you can help promote trees in our community.