The Greening of Cold Springs...

Volunteers from two of Buffalo's most amazing new organizations - Queen City Farm and Buffalo ReUse - gathered last Saturday to plant trees in the city's Cold Springs neighborhood. Here, one of the teams is planting a chestnut tree on Woodlawn Avenue alongside the new home of the Arts Academy. The trees were supplied by Re-TreeWNY.
According to Rod McCallum, project coordinator from Queen City Farm, neighbors joined in and a total of 150 trees were planted. Both of these organizations are helping to transform this neighborhood in ways that might have been unimaginable just a year ago. If you haven't checked out the ReUse store for your renovation and building needs you really should. And for the foreseeable future, every Saturday is a community work day at Queen City farm.
Come on over and get involved!
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Anonymous said...

On May 17th we will be holding our Grand Opening/Community day at the Buffalo ReUse ReSource store 298 Northampton..We invite everyone to come on out and visit the store,hear about what projects we having going on and have a hotdog on us! Michele Johnson