Trees planted at NW Houston High School
Volunteers gathered on Oct. 20 to plant more than 40 15-gallon trees at a NW Houston high school. Jersey Village, the recipient of the new trees, is one of more than 25 beneficiaries of the Trees for Schools program, a branch of the Green Business Bureau.
Also participating are Trees for Houston and The New Nursery, who will be donating trees and helping to plant them around the campus. Schools such as Jersey Village High School are chosen based on community recommendations. The Trees for Schools program will care for the trees for two years, to insure that they get a strong start.
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