New trees in store for Hooper Park


Last updated 5/11/2021 at 1:07pm

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A bur oak forms a somewhat small tree in eastern Montana in open dry settings, often with Ponderosa pine.

Hooper Park in Lincoln received an Arbor Day grant and additional funding from the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.

"Misty Edwards is kinda the county's liaison with the Park Board, and she knew they were interested in doing multiple upgrades for the park," said Ann McCauley, the Grants Administrator for Lewis and Clark County, who secured the grant and funding for the...

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