Arbor Day Tree Walk on Saturday, April 23

by MCS Staff

Join the City of Takoma Park for a celebratory tree walk and community meet-and-greet in honor of Arbor Day on Saturday, April 23. There will be an opportunity for community members to speak about tree-related community work they are doing as well as a tree walk led by the City’s Urban Forest Manager, Marty Frye.

Date & Time

Day: Saturday, April 23
Time: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm


Public Works Facility
31 Oswego Avenue
Takoma Park, MD 20912

Additional information:

We will open with a brief talk about what you can do to help preserve the urban forest by the City’s Urban Forest Manager, Marty Frye. After that, community members with active educational, promotional, or service projects working towards urban forest health will have the opportunity to speak for 2-3 minutes to introduce themselves and their work and to let others know how they can get involved. Marty will then lead a tree walk from the Public Works building over to Takoma-Piney Branch Park, discussing the identification, ecology, and fun-facts of selected tree species along the way. We hope this event can serve as a worthy celebration of trees and to facilitate connections between tree lovers and advocates in the City.

Gathering and talk to start at 10:00 in front of the Public Works Building. Tree Walk to begin by 10:30 and conclude by approximately 11:30 or 12:00. Contact the Urban Forest Manager to give a heads up if you would like to speak about your tree-related community project.

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