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Feds spread $1 billion for tree plantings among US cities to reduce extreme heat and benefit health
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14 September 2023
On 14 September 2023 The Associated Press reported:
Hundreds of communities around the country will share more than $1 billion in federal money to help them plant and maintain trees under a federal program that is intended to reduce extreme heat, benefit health, and improve access to nature. U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced the $1.13 billion in funding for 385 projects at an event Thursday morning [14 September] in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
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The tree planting efforts will be focused on marginalized areas in all 50 states as well as Washington DC, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and some tribal nations.
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