Fort Wayne, Kendallville Awarded DNR Grants

INDIANAPOLIS (WOWO): Indiana’s Department of Natural Resource has dealt out more than $118 thousand dollars for urban forestry projects. Two of those programs are in northeast Indiana,

The projects include tree inventory and analysis for management planning, new tree plantings, and education and awareness campaigns. Urban forests enhance air and water quality, resulting in improved community health and safety.

Fort Wayne and Kendallville received $12,500 each for programs that targeted tree planting projects that target environmental issues such as water quality, flooding, air quality, and pollutants.