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Tree planting

The Drayton Girl Guides, with help from family and friends, planted red maple, white pine and cedar trees in a constructed wetland off of Sideroad 15 near Conestogo Lake on May 13. Grand River Conservation Authority Forestry Specialist Joseph Heeg said, “The re-naturalization of the area is done by using community volunteers. Year after year, the Drayton Girl Guides come out and help with the project. Each year I am impressed with their work. It’s because of them this site is completely planted. Next year we will be working in a different area.” From left: Heeg, Keira Beutler of Waterloo, Lily Griffin of Conestogo Lake and Courtney Burnett of Rothsay. The Guides are working on their tree planting badge.
Photo by Caroline Sealey

Tree planting

May 19, 2017


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