Union County, NJ – A big thank-you from the Freeholder Board goes out to the great group of 32 Adopt-a-Park volunteers from Morgan Stanley, who spent their Thursday this week out at the Deserted Village of Feltville in Union County’s Watchung Reservation. They spread mulch, removed invasive plants, repaired a split rail fence, and fixed erosion problems along a nearby trail. To top it off, they cleaned windows, floors and exhibit cases in the Church-Store building at the village. Morgan Stanley also provided a generous donation that will go to purchase tools, herbicide and new split rail fencing. Every year, hundreds of volunteers provide invaluable assistance with nature conservation and beautification projects in County parks. To join Adopt-a-Park as an individual or group, visit the County website at ucnj.org or call the Department of Parks and Recreation, 908-789-3683. Photos: Betty Ann Kelly/County of Union.
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