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WAVE3: Volunteers restoring neglected cemetery in Chickasaw neighborhood

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – A Louisville non-profit is fighting to preserve a piece of land that it says has been historically neglected. The Greenwood Cemetery in the Chickasaw neighborhood, where most of those buried are African-American, is lined with shifting ... Continue reading →

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Non-profit TreesLouisville giving away more than 800 trees

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) – A new program is helping replenish the city’s disappearing tree canopy and saving residents money. Through a partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation, TreesLouisville is providing 870 free trees to Louisville residents. The trees will help ... Continue reading →

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WAVE3: TreesLouisville To Plant 140 Trees at Newburg Middle School

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – TreesLouisville is planting 140 trees at Newburg Middle School as part of our effort to improve the livability of Louisville through a robust tree canopy. The tree planting is part of an ongoing partnership with JCPS ... Continue reading →

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TreesLouisville Kicks Off Planting Season with Four Truckloads of Trees

Vegetable gardeners are closing up shop for winter but tree lovers are pulling out their shovels to kick off the planting season. TreesLouisville has a parking lot full of saplings that will help rebuild Louisville’s canopy.  The four truckloads of ... Continue reading →

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A Letter from Mayor Greg Fischer

Many people look at a nice tree — one that is just starting to bud for spring and which, in the fall, turns brilliant yellow before the leaves drop to the ground in confetti of color. I look at a ... Continue reading →

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