Super Bowl XLIII Goes Green With Tampa Tree Plantings

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In an effort to counteract the emissions that will inevitably be caused by the upcoming Super Bowl XLIII on February 1st in Tampa, the NFL and Super Bowl committee are taking steps to help the environment.


In an effort to counteract the emissions that will inevitably be caused by the upcoming Super Bowl XLIII on February 1st in Tampa, the NFL and Super Bowl committee are taking steps to help the environment: they’ve partnered with the Florida State Division of Forestry and an organization that protects the marine and wetland environments in Tampa Bay in order to reach their goal of planting 700 one-gallon red mangrove trees today along the Terra Ceia shoreline. Kudos to the NFL Environmental Program and their partners, and good luck today!

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