The Centennial Tree Planting to commemorate the Anniversary of the Connecticut Arborist Law is underway! The trees have all been delivered to the designated sites around the state with the plaques to accompany them.
Several of the trees have already been picked up and we know of at least one tree planting that has taken place in Franklin. Thank you David Gustafson for being the first to plant a white oak on September 11, 2019 at the Veterans Park in Franklin along with Franklin First Selectman, Charlie Grant.
There are 23 towns that do not have volunteers. If you are interested in helping in any of the following town, please call the office at 203.484.2512. Andover, Ashford, Colchester, Colebrook, Columbia, Goshen, Hartland, Lisbon, Marlborough, Montville, Plainfield, Plainville, Plymouth, Preston, Salem, Scotland, Sterling, Thomaston, Union, Voluntown, Willington, Windsor Locks, Wolcott.
Keep checking the CTPA website for more pictures of tree plantings around the state. We will put them on the Centennial Tree Planting Picture page as they come to the office.
Thank you to all that have volunteered! Taking on planting a tree in each town in the state of Connecticut would not have happened without your generosity of your time and resources.