Program plans to plant over 300 trees across New Haven

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — 330 trees will be planted this fall, thanks to New Haven’s Green Skills program.

It helps high school students and ex-offenders land jobs while also helping the environment.

This week’s Working for Connecticut shows us how dedicated these men are in making a difference in the Elm City. Take a look at the video above.If you have an idea for someone we should talk with for ‘Working for Connecticut,’ send us an email or Facebook message, and watch News 8 every Thursday for more stories on the people who are working to make Connecticut a great place to live.

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