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Together we can replant Quincy's legacy of beautiful trees.

On July 13, 2015, Quincy was severely impacted by straight line winds that damaged or destroyed many of Quincy's beautiful trees in addition to the toll it took on homes, automobiles and businesses. 

Trees for Tomorrow, City of Quincy and the Quincy Park District are launching a renewed partnership and campaign called Trees for Tomorrow/Storm Recovery to replace as many of the trees in Quincy's parks and thoroughfares as possible. Both the City and the Park District have provided a list of priority areas that will guide the replanting efforts.

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THANK YOU TO OUR UNDERWRITERS

In Quincy's great tradition of coming together when the chips are down, a core group of businesses has already donated $30,000 in seed money to get the recovery campaign started. These sponsors' gifts will facilitate the purchase of over 100 trees to help jump start the recovery effort.
"The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Collectively, we are the one acorn looking to create a new forest in Quincy for future generations. Your donation to Trees of Tomorrow/Storm Recovery can help us rebuild that forest.

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