Woodland Restoration

OctOctober 23 2021

9:00am - 11:30am Habitat Environmental Center

3036 Bellflower Street, Kettering , OH 45429
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    “Speak for the Trees,” as the Lorax would say. Fifty years after Dr. Seuss published his classic work The Lorax, it remains more important than ever to be a voice for the environment. It’s a big way to make a difference in the community, which is why we’ve chosen to hold our new Woodland Restoration event on Make a Difference Day.

    The members of our new Tree Committee will be onsite to share their knowledge as we prepare Southdale Woods for TreeFest next spring. Not only will we identify and remove invasive honeysuckle, we will also introduce some native seeds and seedlings, which will add diversity to the existing tree inventory. Bring a pair of gloves and a shovel if you have one—if not, just bring you!

    Not only do trees create cooling shade and reduce flooding, they also help us breathe, save energy, improve soil and provide a food source for wildlife. Our efforts during the event will make a lasting difference to the Southdale Woods environment and to future generations.

    Our Woodland Restoration event will be held at 3036 Bellflower Street on October 23 from 9 until 11:30 a.m. It is free and open to all.

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    3036 Bellflower Street, Kettering , OH 45429
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“Speak for the Trees,” as the Lorax would say. Fifty years after Dr. Seuss published his classic work The Lorax, it remains more important than ever to be a voice for the environment. It’s a big way to make a difference in the community, which is why we’ve chosen to hold our new Woodland Restoration event on Make a Difference Day.

The members of our new Tree Committee will be onsite to share their knowledge as we prepare Southdale Woods for TreeFest next spring. Not only will we identify and remove invasive honeysuckle, we will also introduce some native seeds and seedlings, which will add diversity to the existing tree inventory. Bring a pair of gloves and a shovel if you have one—if not, just bring you!

Not only do trees create cooling shade and reduce flooding, they also help us breathe, save energy, improve soil and provide a food source for wildlife. Our efforts during the event will make a lasting difference to the Southdale Woods environment and to future generations.

Our Woodland Restoration event will be held at 3036 Bellflower Street on October 23 from 9 until 11:30 a.m. It is free and open to all.

woodland graphic

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