In addition to the handing out of white spruce seedlings, everyone will be eligible to win one of three bat boxes or one of the new Birds of Timmins posters. As in past years, those picking up trees will be asked for a small voluntary donation. The monies raised will go towards the many Wintergreen community conservation projects including trails, conservation education and student bursaries. It should be noted that Muddy Mark will be on hand at the Mountjoy location to answer any questions you may have concerning trees, birds or what you can do to help the environment.
Those wanting more information can contact the Wintergreen Fund
or the Conservation Authority at 360-2660.
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