Stewardship at Marie G. Davis

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Stewardship at Marie G. Davis

April 11 2018, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

For this Workday Wednesday, TreesCharlotte is returning to the campus of Marie G. Davis to steward the trees planted in Fall, 2012. TreesCharlotte periodically returns to school campuses to ensure that the trees we previously planted continue to thrive.  Stewardship events are vital to our mission of expanding Charlotte’s tree canopy.

Volunteers will help mulch and stake approximately 60 trees around the campus.

To ensure a safe and enjoyable event, we are limiting the number of volunteers to 15 for this Stewardship event.  Deadline to register is Sunday, April 8.

Events are held rain or shine.

Marie G. Davis Stewardship Registration Form 2018

  • Contact Information

  • A valid email address is required in order to communicate with you important details of the event.
  • Additional people volunteering with you? To get an accurate count, please list the name(s) of anyone that will be joining you as well as ages of any children:
  • If you are volunteering as part of a company, organization, or school, please select from the list below. If your group does not appear, please complete the "Other" field and list the name of your group.
  • Please list the name of your group
  • TreeMaster

    A TreeMaster is a volunteer who has received training on volunteer management, proper planting techniques and care and maintenance of trees. TreeMasters serve as volunteer leaders and are vital to the success of NeighborWoods planting events throughout Charlotte, including TreeDays and TreeStores. Learn how to become a TreeMaster.
  • Thank you for volunteering with TreesCharlotte!

Details

Date:
April 11 2018
Time:
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Event Category:

Organizer

TreesCharlotte

Venue

Marie G. Davis
3351 Griffith Street
Charlotte, 28203 United States
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