GREENWICH, Conn. -- Greenwich Land Trust is showcasing the Wilson Preserve, which consists of an apple orchard, a deciduous woodlot and wetland.
This property, donated in 1982, contains a variety of heirloom apple species and 13 young trees planted by the GLT in 2008.
As part of Wilson Preserve's yearly maintenance plan, staff at the preserve prune and treat the apple trees and remove storm damage.
In early April, GLT staffers Steve and Chris removed a white pine tree that had come down due to high winds.
The Greenwich Land Trust is at 370 Round Hill Road.
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