Replay: Tree Planting at Winton Woods Campground

All, Parks at Home, Videos

Join us on our Facebook page every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10 a.m. for a live video with Great Parks staff! We’ll have story time, take nature walks, meet ambassador animals and more. We’ll post replays here in case you miss one, and don’t hesitate to comment on past videos – we’ll keep answering questions in the comments!

Why do trees drop their leaves? We’re planting trees at Winton Woods Campground in honor of National Public Lands Day. Tune into the video below to have all of your tree-mendous questions answered.

Want to learn more about National Public Lands Day? Join the virtual celebration on September 26 – National Public Lands Day Virtual Signature Event.

Check out all past replays here.

Great Parks of Hamilton County, through its philanthropic partner Great Parks Forever, received a $10,500 grant from the International Paper Foundation for this tree planting project. The selected trees are native to this area and include red maple, white oak, sycamore, black gum, patriot elm, among others.

Why do trees drop their leaves? We’re planting trees at Winton Woods Campground in honor of National Public Lands Day. Join our live broadcast to have all your tree questions answered! Want to learn more about NPLD? Join the National Public Lands Day Virtual Signature Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/national-environmental-education-foundation-neef/national-public-lands-day-virtual-signature-event/325997691808510/Great Parks of Hamilton County, through its philanthropic partner Great Parks Forever, received a $10,500 grant from the International Paper Foundation for this tree planting project. The selected trees are native to this area and include red maple, white oak, sycamore, black gum, patriot elm and others. More about the Foundation: http://www.internationalpaper.com/company/regions/north-america/ip-foundation-usa

Posted by Great Parks of Hamilton County on Thursday, September 24, 2020

Comments