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Sotheary Chan (left) of Lowell steadied a white oak that she and fellow Massachusetts YouthBuild members were planting in Beaver Brook Reservation in Belmont for Arbor Day.

A plan takes root: City to plant more than 100,000 trees

Teams up with Forest Service to study benefits for residents

By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / April 28, 2007

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Boston will plant 100,000 trees during the next 13 years, with the bulk of the plantings to take root in the city's least green neighborhoods, Mayor Thomas M. Menino will announce today. (Full article: 900 words)

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