[POSTPONED] Tree Care for Clean Water and Biodiversity in Lancaster County

March 18, 2020, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM EDT
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When: Wednesday, Mar 18, 7–8:30 p.m. This event has been postponed. We expect to reschedule for late spring or early summer. Please check back.
Where: The Stone Independent School, 480 New Holland Ave #7101, Lancaster, PA 17602 (see map)
Cost: Free!

Presented by Sierra Club Lancaster Group

Here is a great opportunity to learn about tree care for clean water and biodiversity in Lancaster County, as well as how you can be directly involved in Stroud Water Research Center’s buffer zone maintenance efforts.

The speaker will be Watershed Restoration Coordinator Lamonte Garber. His presentation will cover various ways that volunteers can work with ongoing conservation efforts to help create clean waterways in Lancaster County. To get a better idea about Lamonte’s talk, please watch this video.

A Q & A period will follow the presentation. In his position with the Stroud Center, Garber is involved with farmers and conservation organizations to advance soil health, stream health, and water quality in Pennsylvania and the wider region. He has some 30 years of experience working with a variety of agriculture and natural habitat restoration projects in the Chesapeake, Delaware, and Ohio Watersheds.

Questions? Contact Jane Druce,, 717-569-1516.

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