Year of Project: 1998
Trees Planted:180

Located in Dundalk, Maryland, three buffer type plantings will take place at Standsbury Pond, Chesterwood Park, and Bear Creek Park. Eighty students from three elementar… Read More

Arbor Month School Tree Planting

Year Planted: 1998

Trees Planted: 180
Location: Maryland

Located in Dundalk, Maryland, three buffer type plantings will take place at Standsbury Pond, Chesterwood Park, and Bear Creek Park. Eighty students from three elementary, two middle and two high schools will be planting a riparian buffer along Bear and Bullneck Creeks. The high school students have already adopted the park, which is adjacent to the stream. They will work with the elementary children to help educate them on the value of trees and the environment.


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Arbor Month School Tree Planting

Year Planted: 1998
Trees Planted: 180
Location: Maryland

Located in Dundalk, Maryland, three buffer type plantings will take place at Standsbury Pond, Chesterwood Park, and Bear Creek Park. Eighty students from three elementary, two middle and two high schools will be planting a riparian buffer along Bear and Bullneck Creeks. The high school students have already adopted the park, which is adjacent to the stream. They will work with the elementary children to help educate them on the value of trees and the environment.



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Wells Run Stream Buffer Enhancement Project
Cranesville Swamp Red Spruce Restoration
The Glades Red Spruce Restoration III
The Glades is a 600 acre property owned by TNC. It is the oldest and largest rainwater-fed, mountain peat bog in the eastern non-glaciated U.S. The area has been frequently logged and grazed reducing

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