Savannah Tree Foundation-Windsor Forest Neighborhood Tree Planting

Help the Savannah Tree Foundation plant 60 trees on city-owned lots purchased with FEMA funds on March 1 from 9 a.m. until noon. The lots can’t be developed due to flooding problems, and the trees we plant will help absorb stormwater runoff and help repopulate the urban tree canopy!

The STF’s partners for this tree planting include Melaver, Inc., Georgia Power, and the City of Savannah’s Park and Tree, Real Property, and Street Maintenance Departments.

Please bring gloves, hard-tined rakes and shovels if possible. Refreshments and T-shirts will be provided, and community service hours are available. This is a rain or shine event.

Directions:

Travel south on White Bluff Road to Windsor Road, turn right onto Windsor Road and travel 0.1 mile to Woodley Road. Turn right onto Woodley Road.
Meet at the intersection of Linwood Avenue and Woodley Road. Look for the signs.

Please RSVP if possible by calling  233-8733 or emailing savstf@aol.com

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