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Princeton Marquand Park Tree Walk

Saturday June 11, 2011
10:00 AM

A guided public tour to identify trees in Princeton's historic Marquand Park. Two experienced guides, Roland and Pamela Machold will lead walkers through the 17-acre park, a borough property which includes more than 170 tree and shrub species, some nearly 200 years old.  The tree tour group will gather near the parking lot on Lover's Lane between Stockton (Route 206) and Mercer Streets. Overflow street parking will be available only on the park side of Stockton and on Mercer. Carpooling is suggested. The tour will last about 1 1/2 hours. Rain date: 10 a.m. Sunday, June 12.   The outing, sponsored by the Princeton Borough Shade Tree Commission, www.pbshadetree.org, is one of the educational components of the Borough's Forestry Management Plan 2009-2013, and it will fulfill one of the requirements for a "Tree City Growth Award" for 2011. The Borough has qualified for Tree City USA status for the past 18 years. This walk is cosponsored by the Princeton Parks Alliance and the Princeton Township Shade Commission, of which Mrs. Machold is a current member. Rain date is Sunday, June 12, same time.




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