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Streamside Tree Planting Project

This spring the Bucktail Watershed Association is encouraging local landowners to plant trees along side our local streams. Streamside forests provide important wildlife habitat, stabilize stream banks, reduce flood damage, and shade our streams. Sections of stream lacking forest cover are less healthy and often suffer from erosion and excessive warming. In an effort to encourage landowners to plant trees along side local streams, the Bucktail Watershed Association is offering free tree seedlings this spring. The give-a-way is on a first-come basis and trees must be planted along side local streams in the Sinnemahoning Creek Watershed, which covers virtually all of Cameron County. Please share this information with any friends or neighbors who may be interested

Also, next Saturday, May 9, the Bucktail Watershed Association will be planting trees along local streams in our watershed. Volunteers will meet at 1:00 in Cameron at the pull off across from the intersection of the Hunts Run Road and SR 120. Refreshments will be provided for volunteers.

Those interested in obtaining tree seedlings for planting along area streams or in helping out with the Bucktail Watershed Associationís May 9 streamside tree planting should contact association chairman Jim Zoschg, Jr. at 486-0705 or j_zoschg@yahoo.com


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