One Day One School Program Planned

On Tuesday, March 11, the Townsend Tree Board is sponsoring a One Day One School Program at Townsend School District #1. Plans are to remove the four large Siberian elms on the east side of the high school on Cedar Street, grind the stumps, level the boulevard, put in a sprinkler system, and sod the boulevard – all in one day!

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School Cleanup Teaches Civics, Environmentalism

Florham Park – Now in its second year, locally originated “One Day, One School ” volunteer school grounds cleanup program has expanded with more tree professionals – and an added aspect of environmental education.

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Teamwork Saturday to Spruce Up Schools

Florham Park – Community volunteers will come together Saturday, April 5, to make the school grounds at the Briarwood and Brooklake elementary schools in Florham Park safer and cleaner, at no cost to the district.

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If a Tree Falls in Montana, It's Heard in New Jersey

By Paula Saha

On March 11, volunteers kicked up some sawdust in Townsend , Mont. , when they took down four Siberian elms, ground their stumps, installed a watering system, and put in a new bed of plants along the side of a school.

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Volunteer Clean Up Saves Taxpayers Thousands

Florham Pk. School Latest In One-Day Projects

By: David Zimmer 

Florham Park – Tom “Ace” Gallagher's One Day, One School program swept through the Brooklake Elementary School this weekend as volunteers removed a variety of nonnative plant species, countless limbs and around 50 trees to ensure the safety of the entire perimeter of the schoolyard.

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One Day, One School: One Great Idea

Some years ago, Thomas “Ace” Gallagher of neighboring Hanover Township was in the habit of walking his son to elementary school each day. Gallagher wanted his son to be safe.

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