Meet at Brookside Park (Broad & Bay) where we will clean up and install new native plants and flowers. Wear a hat, sunscreen and dress appropriately. Bring a refillable water container — drinking water will be on hand. Sunday, April 23, from 11-1:30 at Brookside Park, the corner of Bay and Broad. To show your planet love, walk or ride your bike and keep the car at home.
TD Bank supports innovative practices in community forestry through its Green Streets grant program, which is focuses on the regreening of low and moderate income neighborhoods. Bloomfield was one of 10 recipients in 2016. Other awardees are: Bethlehem, PA; Camden, NJ; Hollywood, FL; Miami, FL; New Haven, CT; Newburgh, NY; Providence, RI; Rock Hill, SC and Worcester, MA.
Greener Bloomfield partnered with the town forester, Steve Schuckman, to complete this project. Forty trees were planted in total on Newark Avenue and Ampere Parkway.
An American elm tree was planted on the Green on Arbor day as part of this grant. The tree is Dutch elm disease-resistant variety.