Couldn’t have done it without you
The Carbondale Tree Board wants to extend a big thank you to all the people and volunteers who contributed to our annual Arbor Day celebration on Saturday, April 27.
Carbondale is even more beautiful today because of you. We simply could not have done it without you.
Carbondale has some very special and dedicated people who truly care about their community. THANK YOU! THANK YOU!
Fourteen new trees were planted along Roaring Fork and Meadowwood drives. The Colorado State Forest Service provided the grant to purchase the new trees. Volunteers completed many springtime maintenance chores throughout the town’s parks.
City Market, Clark’s, the Red Rock Diner, Grana Bread, Village Smithy, Dreamtime Water Distribution and Partyland donated the yummy makings for breakfast and lunch.
Independence Press supplied the posters and all printing. David Hamilton with the Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers and the Carbondale Public Works supplied everyone with tools and supplies.
Special thanks go to Vince Urbina of the Colorado State Forest Service for all of his tremendous support and knowledge – no matter how many times we ask him he’s always there for us.
Thanks to the Carbondale Public Works crew for all of your hard work and tremendous support.
Simply put, Arbor Day 2002 would not have happened without all of you!
As part of our community education efforts, the Tree Board sponsors various tree care workshops throughout the year. Please call Andee, with the town of Carbondale, at 963-1307, for further information on Carbondale’s Community Forestry program.
Buffy Andrews, Joanne Teeple, Julia Marshall, Julia Novy, Joani Matranga, Dan Bullock, Andee Neely-McCauley
The Carbondale Tree Board
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