Trees are being planted along Route 66 in Galena and the Kansas Historic Route 66 Association is asking for volunteers.
The trees are going to be planted using a technology that all association members have been training to use and teach how to use. The technology being used are Groasis Waterboxxes and they can be reused to plant trees in the future as well.
According to the Joplin Globe article, an incubator is being used and tested on the trees in Galena, Joplin and Tulsa along Route 66.
Interested volunteers should be at the Galena viaduct at 8am on Saturday. For more questions, call Galena City Hall at 620-783-5265 or visit the original article at http://www.joplinglobe.com/news/local_news/association-seeking-volunteers-for-planting-trees-along-route/article_d2ac6417-2150-5dc1-97a0-d04bc31631df.html.
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