Master Tree Stewards Training Program
Have you noticed that the trees around your neighborhood could use a little work? Many of us can tell when a tree doesn’t look right, far fewer can put their finger on exactly what’s wrong, why, or what to do about it. Tower Hill and Worcester Tree Initiative want to change that; we want you to be able to see trees the way that we do.
The Master Tree Stewards Training Program has been created to teach people about trees, how they grow, whether they are sick or damaged, and how to care for them.
Why is it Good to Have the Ground Covered by Snow?
On this snowy day we wanted to share a few reasons to be appreciative of these rapidly falling tiny shards of ice.
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The winter holidays may have come and gone, but for many Americans, snow will be around for a few more months. This is clearly good news if you are fond of the fluffy white stuff. For those that are not, don’t be weary. Snow can be appreciated for more than its good looks. It also plays a crucial role in maintaining healthy soils throughout the winter months.
Congressman Jim McGovern
Tim Murray; President/CEO, Worcester Area Chamber of Commerce
State Representative Jim O'Day
Senate Majority Leader Harriette Chandler
Grace Elton, CEO, Tower Hill Botanic Garden
City Councilor Tony Enonomou
School Committee Member Jack Foley
State Senator Michael Moore
Paul Moosey, Commissioner, Dept. of Public Works, Worcester
Selectman Ken O'Brien
Selectman Chris Rucho