Archive for the ‘trees’ Tag

Creekside and Greening plant 45 trees on Philip

Last weekend Creekside, the Greening of Detroit, and over 60 volunteers successfully planted 45 trees along the south end of Philip Street. The group planted several different species, which replaced trees affected by the emerald ash borer recently removed by the City.

Volunteers gather around a Greening demonstration

Volunteers gather around a Greening demonstration

Go Green, Plant a Tree

Creekside and The Greening of Detroit are gearing up for another day of tree planting! Join us this Saturday, May 16 at 9:00am outside Guyton Elementary School (355 Phillip Street, Detroit, MI 48215). We will be planting until noon so come anytime throughout the morning. Creekside has planted more than 600 trees in the neighborhood over the past several years-join us on Saturday and continue the tradition of making a real difference in our community! 

For questions or to RSVP for the event, please contact Caitlyn Pisarski at 313.822.0062 or cpisarski@creeksidedetroit.org.

Trim Those Trees!

Interested in learning how to correctly prune the trees growing in your yard and around the community?

Join Creekside and the Greening of Detroit in our upcoming Tree Pruning Workshop on Saturday, March 14. The workshop will begin at the Creekside Office (1021 Manistique) and then continue to an outdoor location along Alter Road, where participants will gain hands-on experience pruning young trees.

To RSVP or find out more information about the workshop, please call the office at (313)822-0062.