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200 New Trees Added Along Cape Roadways

More than 200 trees were planted in southeast Cape Coral over the weekend as part of an ongoing initiative to keep the Cape green as development continues. Non-profit volunteer organization Future Forestry saw 50 volunteers, including 25 from Cape Coral High School’s...

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Fish Fry to Raise Funds for Forestry Project

The Urban Forestry project began in 2004. At the start of the rainy season every year, a couple hundred trees - usually about 200 - are planted along Veterans Parkway by volunteers. More than 7,000 trees have been planted. "It's a very simple goal," Ringland said. "To...

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Rotary Tree Planting Project Continues Today

Russ Ringland, a Rotary Club member since 1998, said they will plant 1,000 native trees today. He said once the trees grow they will eventually become a good habitat for bald eagles. This is the sixth year the Rotary Club has planted trees along Veterans Parkway. Once...

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Shade Trees to be Planted at Rotary Park

The Urban Forestry Project has planted about 3,400 trees in Cape Coral since its inception five years ago. It currently does about 2,000 per year. Ringland applied in January for the grant for Rotary Park, and the club was notified Wednesday that it had been awarded...

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