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Tree Planting

11/05/2017 @ 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

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Plant trees for cleaner air and water in Baltimore County! 

We are looking for student volunteers and adults who care about the Earth, our watershed, and the Chesapeake Bay!  Do you like being outside in nature and don’t mind working hard?  Join us, and make a difference for future generations.

Community service learning hours available. Perfect for students, Scout troops, religious affiliation groups, corporate volunteer groups, families, singles and neighbors! Children ages 8 years and up must be accompanied by an adult.

More than 28,000 trees have been planted throughout the Gunpowder Watershed by enthusiastic volunteers over the past 26 years, and we need YOUR help to plant even more!

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This event is rain or shine.

What to bring: Remember to wear boots, pants, long sleeve shirt, hat, gloves, and bring rain gear and water bottle.  Water jug and a light snack will be provided.

Location: Bee Tree Preserve. Located off the west side of York Road between Parkton and Maryland Line. Take I-83 North to exit 33 York Road North (Route 45). Turn left at ramp onto Rt. 45. Go about 1 miles and make a left on Kauffman Road. Go straight at the 4-way intersection, staying on Kauffman Rd. Look for signs for the tree planting parking. Drive to end of road and park at the pavilion lot. Carpooling advised.

Group Registration: All interested volunteer groups must directly contact Peg Perry, Program Director for Gunpowder Valley Conservancy, by email or (410) 692-0468.    

**If you get lost the day of the planting, contact Peg at (443) 415-7969**

Funding for this reforestation project was provided by a grant from the Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays Trust Fund, administered by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.


12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Bee Tree Preserve
Kauffman Rd x Bee Tree Rd
Parkton, MD 21120 United States


Peg Perry @ Gunpowder Valley Conservancy