Mar. 4, 2021: Free Trees for Cranston Residents
Live in Cranston? You are eligible for a free tree, professionally planted in your front yard. Your healthy seven-to-ten-foot tree will be strategically placed to prevent disturbance to utility lines, and maximize value to your home and neighborhood. Planting a tree is an important and visible step you can take to combat global warming. Cranston’s Neighborhood Tree-Planting Program is a collaboration between the city of Cranston and the Rhode Island Tree Council, and is in its sixth year.
Feb. 9, 2021: Arlington School Community Garden
Garden Spaces Available: The Arlington Community Garden has plots open for growing vegetables or flowers this summer. The garden, located on Princess Avenue beside Arlington Elementary School, has available plots 4 feet by 15 feet with water. Cranston residents interested in gardening at Arlington should contact Steve Stycos at 461-2618 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every Spring, the Friends of the Pawtuxet and the West Bay Land Trust publish a newsletter, listing upcoming events, news of the past year, and items of interest to our members. Click on page 1 to view the Rag in pdf.
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