Volunteers are saving more than two dozen trees from the chopping block in Palm Beach. Audubon Florida recently announced it plans to uproot and replant about 30 trees that were slated to be cut down by the Florida Department of Transportation to make room for bridge construction equipment on the Southern Boulevard Causeway. Work began in April on a partly prefabricated temporary bridge that will be used while the old Southern Boulevard Bridge and the tide relief bridge are replaced. The conservation organization plans to move the trees from the causeway to the adjacent Bingham Island, which is part of Audubon Islands Sanctuary where botanists and volunteers are working on a restoration project.

Source: PalmBeachDailyNews.com

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