Campaign aims to replace trees destroyed by tornado
Gifford - New things could be sprouting up in the tornado stuck town of Gifford.
The Champaign County Farm Bureau will start a campaign to help replace trees destroyed by the November 17th tornado. The trees will be a variety of different kinds, and will be planted at no cost to the community.
Groups will dig holes to furnish the trees, the value is around $150 to $250 for each tree. The Farm Bureau hopes to start planting the trees in early and mid-March.
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