The Morton Arboretum replaces up to 1000 trees lost during the June tornado!

John Landecker

Clara Loiter, 3, and her mother Jennifer Frericks, of Washington, blow bubbles under a Yoshino cherry blossom tree at the National Arboretum in Washington, Monday, March 19, 2012, with unseasonably warm March temperatures continuing. The National Capitol Columns, from the East Portico of the Capitol are in the background. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

Dr. Murphy Westwood, Vice President of Science & Conservation at The Morton Arboretum, joins WGN Radio’s John Landecker to talk about how The Morton Arboretum is replacing up to 1,000 trees as part of its Tree Planting Initiative in 2022. Listen in while Dr. Westwood shares details on The Arboretum’s fundraising effort to plant these trees for landowners affected by the tornado in Woodridge, Naperville, Darien and unincorporated Downers Grove Township.

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