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The Tucson Million Trees initiative, led by Mayor Regina Romero, intends to plant one million trees by 2030 to increase the city’s tree canopy and help mitigate the effects of climate change.

Policymakers and advocates are aiming to correct decades of inequities in urban tree canopy in low-income neighborhoods and communities of color with efforts to create an equitable tree canopy and increase urban forestry efforts. Read more»