Massac County Soil & Water Conservation District provided trees to 148 third-graders and 100 trees to friends of the district in celebration of Earth Day on April 22 and Arbor Day on April 29. Volunteers and the Metropolis Garden Club helped separate and pack the trees. Individual student packages included an informational poster, planting instructions, a black oak seedling and black cherry seedling.

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