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Montana to plant at least 100 trees with tribal communities
The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation’s Urban & Community Forestry Program celebrated the NASF #CentennialChallenge by continuing to strengthen its partnerships with Montana’s Indigenous Nations. This included assisting in projects that combine forestry, education, and cultural land uses to benefit the community.
The Montana centennial work consisted of not just a hundred but hundreds of trees, dedicated to tribal communities in Montana.
Over 300 tree seedlings were distributed on the Blackfeet Reservation, along with several large trees planted on the Blackfeet Community College Campus
Over 50 trees were supplied to the Fort Belknap community.
Over 50 trees were distributed to Polson Schools on the Flathead Reservation during the latter part of June.