SNC delivers hands-on tree-planting experiences to watershed students

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By the Review, May 30, 2019

This past week, South Nation Conservation (SNC) worked with local students to green up two schoolyards in the United Counties of Prescott and Russell, contributing to the area’s forest cover.

On Monday, May 27, 2019, SNC teamed up with youth from Saint-Viateur Catholic Elementary School in Limoges to plant three Red Maple Trees as part of the school’s ongoing beautification initiative. Student’s enrolled in the school’s Club Écolo were taught how to properly plant and care for trees by SNC staff and learned about the importance of planting trees to improve local forest cover.

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