Arbor Day of Service
Supporting the Watertown Cherries
See this on a map 149 Main Street Watertown
Contact Person: Christopher Hayward
In 2002 the then Tree Warden of Watertown authroized the planting of a line of Yoshino cherry trees behind the Town's Administration Building. Over the past nine years these trees have grown to a point where nearby volunteer Norway maples now hover over them shading them from the sun. The Cherries now have stunted growth and their architecture is beginning to suffer. The Norways require uplifting and in some small cases, outright removal.
Hartney Greymont's Arborist Representative Jonah Fine contacted the current Watertown Tree Warden, Chris Hayward about offering their services for the MAA's Arbor Day of Service program. Their offer was much appreciated and this fine line of cherries will be the beneficiary of their efforts.
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