There will be several trees planted April 4 with the help of donated trees and manpower.
The trees were donated by Forest ReLeaf of Missouri and voluntary manpower is being provided by DHL.
• About 60 trees will be planted on South Main Street
• About 12 trees will be planted south of the boat trailer parking lot on Broadway.
Kristy Trevathan, president of the Tree Board, said some students from Stowell School plan to also help with the planting at South Main Street at 9 a.m.
This year, the city of Hannibal is celebrating the designation of Tree City USA for 25 years.
Forest ReLeaf of Missouri’s mission is to enrich communities by growing and planting trees through the power of people and partnerships. This effort supports our vision of a more resilient tree canopy in Missouri’s communities that supports healthy people, healthy habitats and a healthy planet.