NJ awards grants for planting more trees
New Jersey is investing in natural solutions to climate change, including by sequestering carbon. As part of those efforts, the state is awarding millions of dollars in grants to local communities so that they can plant more trees. Beyond beautifying neighborhoods, the aim is to contribute to cleaner air and boost environmental equity.
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