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Greenwich Tree Conservancy Gives Free Talks On Planting, Maintaining Trees

The Greenwich Tree Conservancy is sponsoring a series of free discussions addressing best practices for planting and maintaining trees.
The Greenwich Tree Conservancy is sponsoring a series of free discussions addressing best practices for planting and maintaining trees. Photo Credit: Google Maps

GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Greenwich Tree Conservancy is sponsoring a series of free discussions addressing best practices for planting and maintaining trees beginning Saturday, April 2.

The first discussion will be “Calling All Tree Owners” and will be held from 9:30 to 11 a.m., at Sam Bridge Nursery, 437 North St., Greenwich.

Many homeowners are confused or misinformed concerning tree maintenance, and rely on advisors who may also have limited knowledge about it.

At the first discussion, there will be a panel that includes John Conte of Conte & Conte, Brian Johnson of Hawthorne Bros., Steve Johnson of San Bridge Nursery and the Moderator, Mark Greenwald of Maher and Greenwald Landscaping.

The panel will cover many areas including working with design and industry professionals; tree protection during construction; natives vs. cultivars; tree selection for storms and power lines; and mulching, feeding, irrigation and more.

Pre-registration is suggested by clicking here or sending an R.S.V.P. to treeconserv@optonline.net or Tree Conservancy Executive Director JoAnn Messina at 203-869-1464.

The Greenwich Tree Conservancy, incorporated Jan. 4, 2007, is a nonprofit organization open to all interested citizens, governed by a board and advised by an advisory board.

It was created to preserve and enhance the tree and forest resources of Greenwich to benefit the community, its health and its quality of life.

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