Arbor Day in Milwaukee 2011. The City of Milwaukee has observed Arbor Day for 46 years. It is an annual observance that celebrates the role of trees in our lives and promotes the planting of trees throughout our community.
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The City of Milwaukee has observed Arbor Day for 46 years. It is an annual observance that celebrates the role of trees in our lives and promotes the planting of trees throughout our community.
Left to right: Director of Development Aaron Gross along with 7th District Alderman Willie Wade and 10th District Alderman Michael Murphy watch as a student plants a tree on the school grounds.
5th District Alderman James A. Bohl looks on as students from Milwaukee School of Languages plant a tree. Urban Forestry Specialist Rich LaDell provides tips on how to plant.
5th District Alderman James A. Bohl and Mayor Tom Barrett are thanked for their participation in the Arbor Day Celebration by being presented with Milwaukee School of Languages tee shirts.
Mayor Tom Barrett speaks to the students at the Milwaukee School of Languages on the importance of trees to the environment. Alderman James A. Bohl is in the right hand corner.