City's Urban Forestry Program is under way
The Hudson Public Works and Parks Department - with the help of friends - used part of the $8,000 it has for an urban forestry program to plant trees and shrubs in the school forest and Lakefront Park.
Wednesday afternoon, May 27, members of the Young Naturalists Club and Garden Club at Hudson Middle School planted a total of 82 trees and shrubs in the 10-acre school forest, which is located on city-owned property.
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