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City receives tree planting grant

The City of Cedar Springs received a Community Tree Planting grant from Consumers Energy in the amount of $1,000.

The grant was used to plant two Maple trees and eight Flowering Pear trees along Main Street; to replace diseased Ash trees in Riggle Park; and to increase tree density within the City.

Consumers Energy serves 1.8 million customers in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula and partners with the Michigan Forestry and Park Association to assist local municipalities with tree planting projects on lands open to the public.


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