Keep DeKalb Beautiful has undertaken a major effort to make DeKalb County a little greener this February in celebration of Arbor Day. Trees make a world of a difference in improving the physical and visual aesthetics of our county.
Arbor Day is a nationally recognized celebration in which many communities take the time to plant the seeds of tomorrow today. In honor of Arbor Day, Keep DeKalb Beautiful will be planting trees during an event to be held on Saturday, February 17th from 8:30am â€“ 11:30am at the Lou Walker Senior Center.
I will present a demonstration but no instruction because they are worried about people actaully climbing- except me of course. There will be a number of tree planters there (I hope). I'll do my best to convert as many as I can to the real thing-climbing trees, but at a later date at the TCI school.
I know Tim Womack. He is a great story teller, arborist, and ususally rides his bicycle in the Tour Des Trees to raise funds for the Tree Fund (ISA).