EUGENE, Ore. – You can help Eugene go green for this upcoming Arbor Day.
The city is looking for volunteers to help plant 2,000 baby sequoias in large pots on Saturday.
The trees are the cornerstone of the 2,021 for 2021 project, which aims to turn the hosting of the IAAF World Track and Field Championships into a more sustainable opportunity for our community. They’ll eventually be planted in parks, street medians and near schools, businesses and homes.
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