We join the many residents in town who are saddened by the loss of numerous trees in Greenwich due to severe storms, most recently the unprecedented Hurricane Sandy. Although the majority of damaged and fallen trees were on private property, many town trees, along roadways, were lost as well.
The Greenwich Tree Conservancy together with the Town Tree Department would like to assist in appropriately replacing many of these trees. If a tree has come down on public property in front of your home or there is a suitable location for a tree please notify the Greenwich Tree Conservancy so we can evaluate the location.
Please contact us at email@example.com or go to our website to contact us at www.greenwichtreeconservancy.org giving us the address where you believe a tree should be planted. We will examine the site, keeping in mind Right Tree, Right Place, smaller ornamental trees under and around power lines and make a recommendation to the Town Tree Warden who will decide on the appropriate replacement tree.
Together we will return the Green to Greenwich.
JoAnn Messina, Executive Director
Greenwich Tree Conservancy