Salt Lake Mayor Palmer DePaulis, standing in front of two of the City Cemetery's many dead and dying trees, kicks off a campaign Monday that was organized by TreeUtah, the Greater Avenues Community Council, the Salt Lake Urban Forestry Board and the Salt Lake City Parks Department's Urban Forestry Division. The groups are planning to replace the more than 300 evergreens lost in the cemetery to disease and weather. The officials have suggested that individuals and businesses buy living Christmas trees at least 5 feet tall, care for them through the holidays, then call the Salt Lake urban forestry office at 972-7818 to arrange to have the trees picked up. City crews will plant all the donated living Christmas trees in the cemetery this spring. The donation is tax-deductible. For more information, call 364-7999.