Nonprofit Organizes Planting of 145 Trees at Core Creek Park. Read to Learn Why

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The township came together to plant new trees.

An environmental organization in Bucks County recently oversaw an important addition made to one of the area’s beloved outdoor areas.

The Bucks County Conservation District recently has over 100 trees planted in a local park. The initiate came through a collaboration with Ten Million Trees for PA, an organization that works to ensure the tree population of Pennsylvania remains at a healthy rate for the environment and the people living in it.

“Over 145 trees [were] planted at Core Creek Park, celebrating Earth Day 2023!” the organization said online.

Other organizations who helped plan the planting included the Master Watershed Stewards of Bucks County, Sewa International USA – Pennsylvania Delaware Chapter and the Neshaminy Watershed Association.

The local organization is one of 66 conservation districts in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

“The Bucks County Conservation District was organized at the request of county citizens interested in soil and water conservation, land use planning and flood prevention,” the district said online.

Learn more about the new trees at the Bucks County Conservation District.


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