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Benefits of Water-Thirsty Trees
One mature tree can intercept nearly 2,000 gallons of rainfall each year, making trees a natural ally in managing stormwater runoff and reducing flooding and stream pollution. Through our community forestry and watershed conservation programs and TreeVitalize Pittsburgh partnership, the Conservancy has planted more than 105,000 trees near streams and roadways, in parking lots, and along trails, hillsides and sidewalks as part of green infrastructure, natural stormwater management or watershed restoration projects.

Join Western Pennsylvania Conservancy staff, Watershed Project Manager Alysha Trexler and Community Forester Brian Crooks, for our free Sept. 30 webinar, “Benefits of Water-Thirsty Trees,” as they discuss the best tree species for rural and urban buffers, green infrastructure projects and other solutions to improve water quality and beautify underdeveloped areas within our region.

Plus, we’ll share volunteer opportunities and how you can make a difference in your own backyard or landscape to capture more stormwater and reap the many benefits of trees!

Sep 30, 2022 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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