Year of Project: 2010
Trees Planted:1,600

The purpose of this project is to set up a field windbreak at Biddle Park in Wauseon, Ohio. The park is in a very open and flat area that currently has no tree cover at … Read More

Wauseon Park Windbreak

Year Planted: 2010

Trees Planted: 1,600
Location: Ohio

The purpose of this project is to set up a field windbreak at Biddle Park in Wauseon, Ohio. The park is in a very open and flat area that currently has no tree cover at all. A total of 1,600 trees will be planted on two different sides of the park. These trees will help provide wildlife habitat where none previously existed, as well as improving the parks overall aesthetic value. In addition, a variety of tree species planted will be used in educational activities.


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Wauseon Park Windbreak

Year Planted: 2010
Trees Planted: 1,600
Location: Ohio

The purpose of this project is to set up a field windbreak at Biddle Park in Wauseon, Ohio. The park is in a very open and flat area that currently has no tree cover at all. A total of 1,600 trees will be planted on two different sides of the park. These trees will help provide wildlife habitat where none previously existed, as well as improving the parks overall aesthetic value. In addition, a variety of tree species planted will be used in educational activities.



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