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Sep. 13-Board Meeting 7 PM Mt. Lebanon Library.
Oct. 18-Board Meeting 7 PM Mt. Lebanon Library
Nov. 12-Annual Meeting Mt Lebanon Library
Dec. 3-Holiday for the Birds Mt. Lebanon Library
Trees Planted to Date-91
2014-Fall 17 trees
Red oak, Red maple, Silver maple, Princeton Elm, Honeylocust
Locations-Twin Hills Trails, Bird Park, Robb Hollow
Red oak, Red maple, Black gum, Redbud
Locations-Twin Hills Trails Park, Bird Park, Robb Hollow
Yellowwood, Black gum, Bur oak, Stewartia, Crabapple, Cornelian cherry dogwood, Accolade flowering cherry, Horsechestnut, Kentucky coffeetree, Hybrid elm, Stewartia.
Red oak, Silver maple, Red maple, Redbud
Locations-Bird Park, Twin Hills Trails Park
Monthly Archives: March 2013
The MLNC has been awarded a tree grant from Tree Vitalize, in conjunction with the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. We will be planting 25 new trees with Tree Vitalize in Spalding Circle. This park is bounded by Washington Road, Longuevue Drive and Woodhaven … Continue reading
Trails are being mapped in the Mt. Lebanon Parks, thanks to the efforts of Mt. Lebanon Nature Conservancy volunteers. The effort is due to the initiative of Jonathan Farrell, a resident who is an environmental consultant with Civil and Environmental … Continue reading