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Fruit Tree Giveaway for Green Miami Campaign

Ever wanted a mango, avocado, lychee, or tamarind tree? Here's your chance to get one for free. The City of Miami will be giving away 750 fruit trees on Saturday July 25th from 8 a.m. to 12 noon at Robert King High Park (7025 West Flagler Street).

Experts will be there to teach you how to plant and maintain your trees and printed educational material will be available as well (we wonder how many trees were killed to teach you how to care for your new one). All you have to do to qualify is have valid proof that you're a resident of the city of Miami. It can be a driver's license or a utility bill with a City of Miami address.

For more info on how to go green for free log on to greenmiami.org or miamigov.com. You can also call 305-416-1601.

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