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Posted on: April 7, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Arbor Day Foundation Recognizes City of Glens Falls With Tree City USA Award

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Arbor Day Foundation Recognizes City of Glens Falls With Tree City USA Award

Glens Falls Acting Mayor James Clark announced today that the Arbor Day Foundation has recognized Glens Falls as a 2021 Tree City USA. This award is made every year to recognize communities that demonstrate a high level of tree care and community engagement with its trees during the previous year.

“Glens Falls has always been known for its tree-lined streets and forested parks,” Clark said, “It’s part of the city’s identity and a major quality of life asset that makes Glens Falls such a great place to live. It also draws both visitors and new residents and businesses.  We’re proud that the foundation has recognized Glens Falls’ long tree heritage and the efforts at preservation we have made.” >

The Arbor Day Foundation Is A 501(C)(3) nonprofit conservation and education organization with over a million members. In its history it has planted over five hundred million trees and supports programs in over fifty countries around the world. Its goal is to preserve trees, forests and biodiversity, make cities more livable and green and fight global climate change.   

All Tree City USA communities applying for recertification are also eligible to apply for an additional Growth Award during the online renewal process.  



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