Letter: Thanks for your support of the environment, and trees

Posted 5/7/21

I want to thank all the folks who came out this past weekend to clean up the town and/or participate in an environmentally-oriented activity.

I also want to thank the Mt. Hope High School …

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Letter: Thanks for your support of the environment, and trees

Posted

I want to thank all the folks who came out this past weekend to clean up the town and/or participate in an environmentally-oriented activity.

I also want to thank the Mt. Hope High School Environmental Club and its Tree-Plenish program. It motivated a lot of residents/organizations to plant saplings, including the Bristol Land Conservation Trust, of which I am a member. We were happy to spend Sunday morning planting trees at Harding Estates, a location of one of our properties.

I hope that the momentum to keep Bristol clean and plant native species will keep up so that we have a healthy environment for us and our future generations. 

Patricia Chalmers
Bristol 

Ms. Chalmers is a member of the Bristol Land Conservation Trust.

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