submitted by BMO Financial Group
Recently staff and volunteers from the , along with employees of Morton Salt, Inc., BMO Harris Bank, and The Davey Tree Expert Company, helped highlight the value of trees in Chicago and several suburban communities with a different kind of tagging.
The tags promote the significant return on investment that communities gain by planting trees. The tags highlighted the aesthetic and environmental value of more than 2,000 trees.
Lou Cazzola, Lisle Bank Manager, , joined Arborist Ryan
Jensen to Tag trees at the Lisle Park District as part of The Morton Arboretum’s
annual Arbor Day – to show case the beauty and
dollar value of the environmental benefits of trees.
“BMO Harris Bank is committed to the principals of sustainable development
and the belief that the quality of our lives improves when economic growth is
integrated with respect for the environment,” Cazzola said in a statement. "We are proud to be a part of a collaborative effort to highlight the environmental worth of trees in Lisle. Protecting the environment is everybody’s business and working together we can conserve our city and leave a lasting legacy for future generations.”