ATLANTA (FOX 5 Atlanta) - The NFL ended its Super Bowl LIII environmental program in Atlanta Thursday with a planting celebration.
The Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee along with Verizon and Trees Atlanta hosted the event.
Volunteers planted hundreds of plants along the BeltLine Arboretum near Piedmont Park.
The planting celebration symbolizes the city passing the "golden shovel" to next year’s Super Bowl host.
Trees Atlanta aims to plant two million trees by 2030.
Next year's Super Bowl will be held in Miami, Florida.