Mark Andrew Proposes Doubling Annual Tree Planting in Minneapolis

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Mark Andrew Proposes Doubling Annual Tree Planting in Minneapolis


Boros, Karen, MinnPost.com


Mark Andrew did not need to stand on a tree stump to make the point that Minneapolis lost 3,000 trees in the June 21st storm and, in his opinion, needs to accelerate the planting of replacement trees. But there was the stump. There was the podium for the news conference. And there were the corny remarks about the "stump" speech.

"We don't have the resources to plant trees that have been lost," said Andrew. "We are losing trees faster than we can plant them because of budget constraints."

The storm is not the only problem. The emerald ash borer is going to kill 38,000 public ash trees and another 175,000 of the trees on private property.

Andrew is proposing a tree-replacement program dubbed "Beautiful Boulevards" that would double the number of trees planted yearly by the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board from the current 5,000 to 10,000. Andrew said he would budget $500,000 for tree replacement in his first budget if elected mayor.

The Park and Recreation Board is responsible for planting and caring for all of the public trees in Minneapolis. The Park Board's forestry budget is approximately $10 million a year.

That budget item would work as a challenge grant to leverage more tree funds from the private sector and from nonprofit organizations. The target for private-sector contributions would be $250,000 for a total of $750,000 available to plant trees. …

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