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Cleveland and the Cavs to rebuild Urban Forest

This article from Cleveland 19 News mentions Davey as a partner in the Cleveland "Trees for Threes" event. 

Posted: Oct. 22, 2015 

Cleveland, OH (WOIO) - Cleveland continues to rebuild and grow.

In addition to the current construction underway in the city, leaders announced a new initiative during the PricewaterhouseCoopers Cleveland and Cleveland Cavaliers "Trees for Threes" event.

The Cleveland Tree Plan was created as a partnership between five organizations including the City of Cleveland, Cleveland Neighborhood Progress, Holden Arboretum, LAND Studio, and Western Reserve Land Conservancy. The plan is a comprehensive assessment of the city’s current urban forest and a unified strategy to reclaim the city’s lost canopy.

As part of the initiative, corporate partners PricewaterhouseCoopers are making good on a pledge that starts Wednesday based on the Cavs success.

"We are going to plant a tree for every three pointer that they made at home last season, and that's over four hundred trees overall. We are doing over three hundred here today, and we are doing it again this season,” said Mark Ross of Pricewaterhouse Coopers.

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