50 Trees for 50 Years: Fall Tree Plantings in Lincoln

News from the Town of Lincoln

Posted September 29th, 2020 on Niagara At Large

Lincoln, Ontario – As part of Lincoln’s celebratory 50^th anniversary year, 50 trees will be planted in several parks throughout the Town.

Beautification and decoration of public spaces helps to instill a sense of civic pride and support community belonging. Town staff work to beautify the public realm and animate spaces through year-round seasonal plantings and decorations.

To further support these beautification efforts, there is opportunity to commemorate the Town’s 50th anniversary in 2020 by installing legacy beautification pieces such as floral displays and new trees.

Tree planting locations will include:

  • * Ashby Park (Ashby Dr., Beamsville) – Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020
  • * Bomberry Park (Maple Ave., Beamsville) – Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2020
  • * Rittenhouse Park (Azalea Cres., Vineland) – Thursday, Oct. 8, 2020
  • * Meadowood Park (Hartwood Ave., Beamsville) – Friday, Oct. 9, 2020
  • * Jordan Hollow Park (King St., Jordan Station) – Fall 2020 (Date TBC)

All trees will be installed, staked, mulched and watered on a regular basis to ensure optimal health and longevity.

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One response to “50 Trees for 50 Years: Fall Tree Plantings in Lincoln

  1. 50 trees for 50 years?? One tree per year?? Am I the only one not impressed? Had the town decided to plant 5000 trees to mark 50 years they’d have my respect and, if they accepted volunteers, I’d be there to help plant those 5000 trees. Shame on Lincoln for totally missing the opportunity to take reforestation and climate change seriously.


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