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100th tree planted at environmental center for Arbor Day

| Angie Womble
The Crestview community gathered Jan. 20 to watch as the Florida Forest Service, Okaloosa County Extension Office and master gardeners planted the 100th tree at the John McMahon Environmental Center to celebrate Florida’s Arbor Day. The new tree, a sand live oak, will be part of the arboretum at the center and can be seen numbered on the marked trail for visitors to identify and learn about the different types of native trees.
Sheila Dunning (right) leads a tree planting demonstration at the John McMahon Environmental Center in celebration of Florida’s Arbor Day.

 

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