Alaska Statutes.
Title 41. Public Resources
Chapter 15. Forests
Section 900. Observance of Arbor Day.
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AS 41.15.900. Observance of Arbor Day.

To increase public awareness of the vital importance of the conservation and propagation of trees and forests to the everyday life of the citizens of Alaska, the third Monday in May of each year is designated "Arbor Day." It shall be observed by appropriate school assemblies and programs and shall be the occasion for other suitable observances and exercises by civic groups and the public in general.


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