Environmental Nonprofit to Plant 150 Trees in Bucks County. Read to Learn When and Where

Image via Friends of Poquessing Watershed of Philadelphia and Bucks County.
The nonprofit plans to populate the area with new trees.

An environmental nonprofit in Philadelphia is preparing to plant a large amount of trees in a township in Bucks County.

The Friends of Poquessing Watershed of Philadelphia and Bucks County, an all-volunteer nonprofit organization, will be coming to Bensalem this weekend to “naturalize” two parts of the township. On May 13, the organization is bringing around 150 trees to the area of Faust Elementary School to populate the area.

With the help of volunteers, the event is scheduled to take place from 10 AM – 1 PM. The group will meet at the elementary school, located at 2901 Bellview Drive, and continue to the nearby Jules Court Parking, located in the area of 1712 Jules Court.

The trees being planted will range from 18″ to 36″ tall and the holes they will be planted in will 8″ – 12″ deep and 6″ wide.

Volunteers are asked to dress appropriately, in long sleeves and waterproof boots, and tools and gloves will be provided.

Learn more about the trees being plated at the Friends of Poquessing Watershed.


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