Volunteers from Bioventus joined Conservancy staff on November 7 to plant trees at the Epping Way section of the Wolf River Greenway. The volunteers planted 22 native trees including buttonbush, hawthorn, deciduous holly, sweetgum, sourwood, and sweetbay magnolia in addition to several oak species. The trees will further enhance the habitat along the Greenway and add to our growing arboretum. Our mission to create a sustainable and thriving ecosystem received a major boost, thanks to the dedication and enthusiasm of the Bioventus team!
Native trees and plants provide fundamental infrastructure for our ecosystems, offering food and shelter for insects, birds, and many other wildlife species, as well as multiple benefits for humans. We couldn't be more grateful to Bioventus for their commitment to environmental sustainability and their generous contribution to this project. It's not just about the trees; it's about building a better, greener future for our community and providing a haven for local wildlife. Thank you, Bioventus!
On the Greenway: Thank You, Bioventus Volunteers! Volunteers from Bioventus joined Conservancy staff on November 12 to plant trees at the Epping Way section of the Wolf River Greenway.