The NJ Tree Foundation is branching out in Camden! Recently, a litter-infested vacant lot in Camden, NJ was cleaned and greened by local residents.
With funding from Impact100 and the William Penn Foundation, we are planting trees to green streets, and shrubs and perennials to create safe havens for Camden residents.
In May, 2001 these trees were planted at the Long Branch Habitat for Humanity office. They were 2-2 1/2″ caliper, about 12′ tall. This picture was taken in 2008, just 7 years later.
NJ Tree Foundation’s 9/11 memorial – A Grove of Remembrance, 2004
NJ Tree Foundation’s 9/11 Memorial – A Grove of Remembrance 2009