Trees to plant

EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska--Pictured, trees provide a canopy for a walkway between two of Eielson's dormitories. Our urban and native forests are actively managed to provide shade, wind breaks, color, fuel, visional and sound barriers for our community. Our trees provide shelter and food to wildlife; create a protective erosion belt around our surface waters; and improve the air quality. The natural resources office is recruiting volunteers to help plant trees and shrubs around base. For more information, call Mr. Tom Slater or Mr. Brent Koenen at 377-5182. (U.S. Air Force photo by Glyn Gardner)

PHOTO BY: Glyn Gardner
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