ReTree the District
ReTree the District is a community development initiative in Buffalo’s University District that has planted 1,000 trees across the community. The project is reinvesting in our urban tree canopy, strengthening ties among neighbors, restoring our parks and greenspaces, and encouraging hands-on volunteerism.
Join us for our next planting day on November 4th, 2017!
Please arrive @ 995 Kensington Avenue by 9AM on Saturday, November 4th.
Groups will be registered and sent to planting locations around the Westminster Community Charter School with a team leader trained in the bareroot method of tree planting.
*Refreshments will be provided in the morning and afternoon.
RETREE BY THE NUMBERS
7,300 Volunteer Hours
*Based on value of volunteer time and material costs (trees).
NEWS & UPDATES
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Additional support: Akron Tree Farms, Bailey Avenue Business Association, Chestnut Ridge Nursery, City of Buffalo Division of Parks and Recreation, Dash’s Market, Home Depot, ReTree WNY, Schichtel’s Nursery, St. Joseph University Parish, St. Joseph Neighborhood Housing Initiative, Top’s Markets, University District Block Club Coalition, Wegmans.