Thanks to This Activity, Ontario Is Breathing Easier!

Thanks to This Activity, Ontario Is Breathing Easier!

Thanks to This Activity, Ontario Is Breathing Easier! 1024 564 Stories That Build

The D’Andre D. Lampkin Foundation would like to thank all of our volunteers for their recent contribution of time to the Ontario Arbor Day Celebration on March 10, 2018. This event could not have been a success without their dedication and hard work. Despite the rain, Lampkin Foundation volunteers were able to help plant 165 trees throughout Ontario, California.

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We are happy to report more than 40 Ontario residents, students, and community shareholders came to support Inland Empire Resource Conservation District and CIRCLE 2.0‘s larger effort to plant over 1650 trees across California and Ontario’s effort to reduce and limit carbon emissions.

Thanks to volunteers, supporters, and stakeholders, the city of Ontario is well on it’s way to retaining it’s status as a “Tree City USA“. Furthermore, many homes will benefit from the developing shade and carbon emissions are being reduced.

Trees are vital components of any urban environment, providing a myriad of benefits to both human and environmental health. They help to mitigate the effects of climate change by absorbing carbon dioxide and other pollutants from the air. Trees also provide shade, which can help to reduce temperatures in urban areas, making them more comfortable places to live and work. Additionally, trees play an important role in reducing stormwater runoff, which helps to prevent flooding and erosion.

The D’Andre D Lampkin Foundation recently organized a group of volunteers to plant trees in the city of Ontario, California as part of Arbor Day celebrations. This event was important for several reasons. Firstly, it helped to increase the tree canopy cover in the city, providing all the benefits mentioned above. Secondly, it brought together members of the community to work towards a common goal, fostering a sense of community spirit and pride. Finally, it provided an opportunity for volunteers to learn about the importance of trees and the role they play in urban environments.

By planting trees in urban areas, we can help to create more livable, sustainable cities for everyone. The work done by the D’Andre D Lampkin Foundation and its volunteers is an important step towards achieving this goal. We should all take inspiration from their example and work together to create healthier, more vibrant communities for ourselves and future generations.

For more information about the D’Andre D. Lampkin Foundation and it’s mission, visit:

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