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WPC enewsletter

December 2010

WPC’s Community Gardens and Greenspace Program Wraps Up an Active Planting Season

Between the first flowers blossoming in the spring and the final set of trees planted in late fall, the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy’s Community Gardens and Greenspace program transforms our region. We not only plant and maintain 140 community gardens in 20 counties, but also are committed to greening each Pittsburgh Public school and planting 20,000 trees by 2012 with TreeVitalize Pittsburgh. This slideshow highlights the efforts that went into making the 2010 season one of our most successful to date.

Thank you to a record 12,000 volunteers who made a difference this year!


Click on the slides to progress the slideshow.


Direct Energy volunteers helping out with the downtown planters.


WPC's "PARK(ing) Day" temporary garden.


A school greening project at Pittsburgh Westinghouse High School.


Teen volunteers help plant flowers in Lawrenceville.


Students from the Pittsburgh Classical Academy get involved in a planting.


Students from the Pioneer School enjoy a new sensory garden.


Dancers performing for the TreeVitalize "Root for Trees" downtown event.


The Huntington Welcome Garden unveiling.

 

 

 

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