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Taking care of the Earth, 3,500 saplings will be given away for free in New York…Register online instantly

To celebrate Earth Month, charity organization New York Restoration Project (NYRP) will work with the city’s publicLibraryParks and other organizations have prepared 3,500 plants, which will be given to the public for free starting April 13 in response to energy conservation, emissions reduction and caring for the earth; Interested people can register online and collect them from the convenient site.

This project has been started in 2008. This year, it will start from 13th April (Saturday). It will collaborate with business and cultural partners in five key areas to set up multiple locations in libraries and community centers and distribute 3,500 plants; As in previous years, a variety of trees were distributed, including American persimmon, American plum, black cherry, Eastern redbud, elderberry, flowering dogwood and highbush blueberry), North American magnolia (Sweetbay magnolia) and other plants.

NYRP Executive Director Lynn Bodnar Kelly said the project will raise public awareness of the importance of greening and vegetation restoration. Only by planting more trees can we really improveNew York Cityenvironmental restoration capabilities; Sue Donoghue, director of the Municipal Park Bureau, said greenery not only brings pleasing views, but also provides opportunities for shade and creates wildlife habitat, as well as improving air quality, moderating climate temperatures. Reduces storm water runoff, etc. It has many benefits.

Those interested in receiving free saplings must first visit the website to register for information. The collection period will start from April 13 and will continue till May 12. People can choose the suitable date and place.

Among them, places close to the Chinese community in New York City include the Wengang Cultural Center on Shidao on April 14 at 2 pm.Botanical Garden(Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Gardens), April 27 at 2 pm at the Queens Botanical Garden, April 28 at 10 am at The Green-Wood Cemetery, and May 11 at Citizens Bank at 10 U Avenue.

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