Lions Club Members Undertake “Reforestation Project” At Riverside Park

Lions Plant 113 Trees At Grand Rapids Park

Lions Club members planted 113 trees as part of a “Reforestation Project” at a Grand Rapids park Saturday.

The project took place at Riverside Park at 2001 Monroe NW.

The local Lions chose to plant 113 trees — one for each member of the Grand Rapids Lions Club. They were clustered in an area of the park that is susceptible to flooding and will help in stormwater management.

Lions Club members across the United States have taken up a challenge to plant 1 million trees. The Grand Rapids club began its tree planting project last fall.

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