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Tag Archives: Bob Williams
30 More Trees Planted at Polk Elementary School
Fifty-four volunteers spent Indigenous Peoples Day planting 30 more native trees at Alexandria’s James K. Polk Elementary School, completing the second of three efforts to add 100 new trees to the school grounds. Volunteers from Tree Stewards of Arlington and … Continue reading
Posted in Alexandria Tree Canopy Tagged Allison Silberberg, Bob Williams, Bonnie Petry, Jane Seward, John Marlin, Lynn Gas, native trees, Polk Elementary School, Rod Simmons, Steve Neeley, teachers, Volkswagen, Volunteers Comments Off on 30 More Trees Planted at Polk Elementary School
Four Mile Run Park Gets 50 New Trees
Alexandria’s 60-acre Four Mile Run Park has 50 new trees planted Friday, Oct. 4, by Intus Windows staff and clients—plus the Lithuanian ambassador to the United States—with inspiration and mentoring by Tree Stewards of Arlington and Alexandria. Intus, which makes … Continue reading
Posted in Alexandria Tree Canopy Tagged #INTUSWindows, Allison Silberberg, Bob Williams, Bonnie Petry, Del Pepper, Dion Bates, Four Mile Run Park, Lithuanian Ambassador to the United States Rolandas Kriščiūnas, Mo Seifeldein, One Window One Tree, Rod Simmons, trainees, veterans, Vice Mayor Elizabeth Bennett-Parker, Volunteers Comments Off on Four Mile Run Park Gets 50 New Trees
We Give Thanks for Planting Trees!
Tree Steward Eileen Grant learns that this family, planting a White oak (Quercus alba) in Ben Brenman Park’s meadow Saturday, lives just across the street and can watch their tree grow. Tree Stewards are giving thanks for their many tree-planting … Continue reading
Posted in Alexandria Tree Canopy, Arlington Tree Canopy, Ben Brenman Park, Benjamin Banneker Park, Bluemont Park, Community Service, Education, Events, Growing Tree Canopy, Invasive plants, New Training Class, Uncategorized, Volunteer Tagged Alexandria Department of Recreation Parks and Cultural Activities, Andrew Knapik, Arlington Urban Forestry, Backlick Run, Bob Williams, Bonnie Burgess, Bonnie Petry, Boundary Stone, Cameron Station, Dan Schwartz, Eileen Grant, Four Mile Run, Holmes Run, Marymount University, Parknership, SW 9 Comments Off on We Give Thanks for Planting Trees!