DARIEN, Conn. — The Tree Conservancy of Darien went to work recently to install trees at two local cemeteries.
Mother Nature cooperated by providing some much-needed rain while the Tree Conservancy of Darien planted 25 trees at the Spring Grove Cemetery and Veterans Cemetery.
The Tree Conservancy’s most recent project along Hecker Avenue and the Post Road in Darien was completed during the week of Nov. 28.
Since the nonprofit’s inception in 2010, TCD has planted 335 trees in Darien.
The Tree Conservancy of Darien is dedicated to preserving and enhancing the tree and forest resources of Darien for the benefit of the community, its health and its quality of life. Established in 2010, TCD has planted over 300 trees in Darien. Its goals are to educate the community about the value of trees and their care, replace Darien trees lost to disease, construction and storms, maintain the care of new and existing trees and build partnerships with town organizations.
For more information or to donate to Tree Conservancy of Darien, visit the Tree Conservancy at treeconservancyofdarien.org or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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