Jesika Davis shows her daughter Samantha, 3, a freshly planted papaya tree at Camp Owaissa Bauer Park on Friday, November 14. Million Trees Miami received a $100,000 grant to plant trees in Little Havana and Miami Gardens, two tree deprived neighborhoods.
Jesika Davis shows her daughter Samantha, 3, a freshly planted papaya tree at Camp Owaissa Bauer Park on Friday, November 14. Million Trees Miami received a $100,000 grant to plant trees in Little Havana and Miami Gardens, two tree deprived neighborhoods. Caitlin Granfield For the Miami Herald
Jesika Davis shows her daughter Samantha, 3, a freshly planted papaya tree at Camp Owaissa Bauer Park on Friday, November 14. Million Trees Miami received a $100,000 grant to plant trees in Little Havana and Miami Gardens, two tree deprived neighborhoods. Caitlin Granfield For the Miami Herald

Two ‘hot spot’ Miami-Dade neighborhoods receive $100K in grants to plant 200 trees

December 02, 2014 12:47 PM

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