City of Pasco employees Matt Larsen, left, and Daniel Aguilar work this week to fit a heavy plastic liner into a tree planter on the northwest corner North Third Avenue and West Lewis Street in Pasco. It’s part of a city project to remove and replace trees in the downtown area with a shallow root structure to last longer in the urban setting.
City of Pasco employees Matt Larsen, left, and Daniel Aguilar work this week to fit a heavy plastic liner into a tree planter on the northwest corner North Third Avenue and West Lewis Street in Pasco. It’s part of a city project to remove and replace trees in the downtown area with a shallow root structure to last longer in the urban setting. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
City of Pasco employees Matt Larsen, left, and Daniel Aguilar work this week to fit a heavy plastic liner into a tree planter on the northwest corner North Third Avenue and West Lewis Street in Pasco. It’s part of a city project to remove and replace trees in the downtown area with a shallow root structure to last longer in the urban setting. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Preparing planters for new trees in downtown Pasco

June 09, 2016 02:11 PM

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