Tree planting in Cochise County honors veterans - Tucson News Now

Tree planting in Cochise County honors veterans

BISBEE, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Friday, crews in Cochise county are getting ready for the hot summer sun and helping the environment.

The Arizona Community Tree Council is working on a program to "establish roots in rural communities." The program provides free trees to schools, non-profit organizations and townships.

There's a tree planting ceremony at the county administration building in Bisbee at 2:30 p.m. Friday.  Four trees will be planted to honor all Cochise County residents who have served our country.

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