METROPLEX SHOPPING CENTER – CORNER OF CHEMICAL AND GALLAGHER ROAD, October 12, 2007
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According to the American Forest Organization, the average American family needs to plant 30 trees to offset their daily energy use. One tree produces nearly 260 pounds of oxygen per year.
The Goldenberg Group, the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and the Montgomery County Conservation District are teaming up in an effort to replant and restore an eight-acre storm water basin along Plymouth Creek in Plymouth Meeting. Hundreds of volunteers are scheduled to pitch-in on October 12th and 13th 9am -3pm to plant 200 natural trees and shrubs along the creek beside the Metroplex Shopping Center, near the intersection of Chemical and Gallagher Roads.
Anyone interested in volunteering can register atwww.montgomeryconservation.org/metroplex.htm, or call or e-mail the Conservation District’s Susan Harris at 610.489.4506 firstname.lastname@example.org.