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Students Make a New Home for New Trees


Union County, NJ – Members of the Union County 4-H Variety Club display the dogwood sapling they planted at the County’s Cedar Brook Park in Plainfield last month to mark Arbor Day 2017. In all, two dozen 4-H students took part in the event. They planted 5 new trees and spread protective mulch around others. The trees were provided by the Freeholder Board and County personnel assisted in digging the holes. Union County 4-H is a program of the Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Union County and is supported in part by the Freeholder Board. For more information contact 4-H Agent James Nichnadowicz at or 908-654-9854 ext. 3, or visit online at

(Photo: Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Union County)

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