As part of the “Trees Are Life” initiative in conjunction with the Town of Warwick Shade Tree Commissioner and the Warwick Valley Gardeners, the Village of Warwick Department of Public Works along with the Shade Tree Commissioner, Robert Scheuermann is thrilled to announce that several trees have been planted in the Village of Warwick.
Although Arbor Day celebrations did not formally occur this year, the Village continues its important tree planting as part of its “Tree City” activities. The Village has been an active participant in the Tree City Program for 36 years.
The following trees have been planted recently in the Village of Warwick: four Hornbeam Trees in the Stanley-Deming Park Gazebo and five Gold Rush, Dawn Redwood Trees at the Roger Metzger Arboretum.
In the upcoming weeks the following trees will be planted: two Red Point Maple Trees on Park Ave., a Flowering Cherry Tree on 10-12 Main St. and a Yellowwood Tree at the Hallowed Ground located at the corner of Galloway Rd. and Forester Ave.
A crew from the Village of Warwick Dept. of Public Works plant one of several trees as part of the ‘Trees Are Life’ initiative in conjunction with the Shade Tree Commissions in the Village and Town & the Warwick Valley Gardeners.