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Downtown Bainbridge gets greener one tree at a time

Downtown Bainbridge kicks off "Planning for the Future" campaign. Downtown Bainbridge kicks off "Planning for the Future" campaign.
Amanda Glover Amanda Glover
BAINBRIDGE, GA (WALB) -  Folks in Bainbridge are trying to make the city greener, one tree at a time. 

A new campaign called "Planning for the Future" focuses on raising money to purchase, plant, and maintain trees and other plants along Bainbridge streets. 

Besides being called the Port City, Bainbridge is also known as the Oak City. 

Folks can sponsor trees or dedicate them to loved ones. 

Executive Director of the Downtown Development Authority Amanda Glover said, “It's a great campaign for a great cause and for us to be able to preserve our green spaces that we have currently and to add new ones.”

So far, they've raised more than $9,300.  

Contact Amanda Glover at 229-515-0888 for more information. 

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