Keep Indianapolis Beautiful Exceeds Tree Planting Goal Two Years Ahead of Schedule
Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, a non-profit organization that aims to make the city a better place to live, has achieved its goal of planting 30,000 trees two years earlier than expected.
The group started the initiative in 2018, with a goal to plant the trees by 2025.
However, they reached their target this week after planting their 30,000th tree in Willard Park.
Trees play a crucial role in improving air quality and reducing flooding.
They also absorb water and have a calming effect on the environment, making the city a safer place for everyone.
The trees that have been planted will thrive for decades, making a difference for generations to come.
Despite achieving their goal, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful is not stopping.
They plan to plant 800 more trees in the next 10 weeks and thousands more in the years to come.
The organization is committed to making Indianapolis a greener, more beautiful place to live, and their efforts have certainly paid off.