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Town & Country Garden Club Of Lancaster: Nov. 6 - How 10 Million Trees Will Impact PA's Environment & Economy

The Town and Country Garden Club of Lancaster will host a presentation on November 6 on How 10 Million Trees Will Impact Pennsylvania's Environment and Economy starting at 7:00 p.m. at the Bachman Center at Homestead Village, 1800 Village Circle in Lancaster.

The program will feature Brenda Sieglitz, Manager of the Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership, will describe the history of the statewide project and the types of partners who are collaborating to achieve this monumental goal. 

She will discuss ways in which our environment and economy will benefit from this undertaking to improve life in our county.

A $5 donation is requested for non-members for this program.

For more information on programs and activities, visit the Town and Country Garden Club of Lancaster website.

Visit the Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership website to learn more about this statewide initiative and how you can get involved.

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[Posted: September 27, 2019]


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