Galvan Foundation announces an initiative to enhance the quality of life for Hudson residents through projects and programs that improve the environment. The Foundation's Environment Initiative builds on past Galvan tree planting efforts with a renewed commitment to plant 30 trees every planting season. The Foundation is reaching out to property owners and City officials to identify tree locations for the Fall round of planting. The Foundation will work with local youth organizations to create an environmental education program that gives youth an opportunity to take part in the planting process.The program coordinator for the Environment Initiative is Margaret Eaton, and people are encouraged to email her for more information and also presumably to suggest places where trees should be planted.
Friday, October 19, 2012
A Press Release Gossips Missed
Gossips is not on the Galvan Initiatives Foundation's media list, so it was pure serendipity that this press release, dated October 16, was discovered this morning on the Foundation's website, announcing what Galvan is calling its "New Environment Initiative and Tree Planting Program":