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Packers' First Downs for Trees softens carbon footprint

6:42 PM, May 29, 2014
The Green Bay Packers Green Team, a joint effort with Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and local forestry and parks departments in Northeastern Wisconsin, met Thursday to plant a honey locust on the north side of Lambeau Field.
The Green Bay Packers Green Team, a joint effort with Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and local forestry and parks departments in Northeastern Wisconsin, met Thursday to plant a honey locust on the north side of Lambeau Field.
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The Green Bay Packers First Downs for Trees program donated 720 trees to 18 Northeastern Wisconsin communities in 2014. Packers officials and local ...

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