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Annual free tree Arbor Day event returns to Perham

All Perham residential property owners are eligible to sign up for trees at no cost.

2020 Arbor Day Perham
City Manager Jonathan Smith, left, along with Tim Graff and Mike Lee, braved snow and rain in the early cold hours of May 9, 2020, to plant Arbor Day trees on Second Avenue in Perham.
Perham Focus file photo

PERHAM — The annual Arbor Day observation in the City of Perham is set for Saturday, May 7.

Residential property owners within city limits may sign up for free boulevard trees by calling the city office at 218-346-4455 or by emailing kbreid@cityofperham.com. Sign-ups will be taken now until April 22.

All Perham residential property owners are eligible to sign up for trees at no cost.

Planting will be done by volunteers on May 7. Once the trees are in place, property owners will be responsible for watering them.

An Arbor Day Committee Member will be contacting all those who sign-up between April 22 and May 7.

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For more information, contact the City of Perham at 218-346-4455.

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