Trees planted at Stoney Creek
By Ty Johnson
Published in News on December 28, 2011 1:46 PM
Espaisa Flores laughs at a co-worker while planting trees in Stoney Creek Park. Twenty-seven workers from Bruton Natural Systems of Fremont spent last week planting about 26,000 trees along the banks of the creek. Many types of trees are being planted, including bald cypress, water tupelo, iron wood, paw paw, and button bush, all as part of the Stoney Creek Stream Enhancement Project.
About 26,000 trees have been planted alongside Stoney Creek this month as part of the city and state's continued efforts to restore the stream to its natural state and improve the quality of the water it empties into the...
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