Fort Hood celebrated its 15th consecutive year of being named a Tree City USA community by the Arbor Day Foundation with a tree planting ceremony at the Pollinator Sanctuary.

Fort Hood Garrison Commander Col. Jason Wesbrock was joined by directorate of public works officials and a representative from the Texas A&M Forest Service to scoop soil, finalizing the planting of a new chinquapin oak tree, a species native to the Fort Hood area.

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