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Latest Arbor Day Items
A new Christmas tree will be planted in Fairbanks on Monday, Alaska's observance of Arbor Day.
People across the nation will observe Arbor Day on Friday, but no state will celebrate with as much fervor as Nebraska, where the celebration of trees got its start 142 years ago.
The philanthropic arm of energy company Dominion is involving Virginia students in a tree-planting project leading to Arbor Day.
Five 40-foot trees that once provided shade and ambiance at the Getchell Library at the University of Nevada, Reno have been uprooted and replanted at a new location on campus.
The western Maryland town of Williamsport is marking Arbor Day by planting 120 trees in memory of fallen Civil War soldiers.
The State Farmers Market is marking its annual Arbor Day celebration with exhibitors who will distribute 1,500 free seedlings to visitors.
Fourth- and fifth-grade students are being asked to submit their artwork for the annual Wyoming State Arbor Day poster contest.