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Volunteer to Plant Trees at the Van Scott Nature Reserve

Volunteer to Plant Trees at the Van Scott Nature Reserve
May 11 and May 18


Upper Delaware River Region, PA and NY – On Saturday, May 11 and/or Saturday, May 18 from 10am-4pm, join the Delaware Highlands Conservancy at the 144-acre Van Scott Nature Reserve in Beach Lake, PA. Together with the Wayne County Conservation District, Conservancy staff and volunteers will plant a total of 850 trees for the Keystone 10 Million Trees project.


Volunteers will learn how to plant trees as well as the important reasons they are being planted. Fifteen volunteers are requested for each day, and advance registration is required. Register at or by contacting the Conservancy’s Volunteer Coordinator Rachel Morrow at or 570-226-3164 ext. 2.

Volunteers should be prepared to walk at least a half mile on sloped terrain and should wear closed-toe shoes, clothing you are willing to get dirty, and bring a packed lunch. Work gloves and other tools will be provided.


The Delaware Highlands Conservancy works in partnership with landowners and communities to protect the natural heritage and quality of life of the Upper Delaware River region. The Conservancy’s headquarters are located at the Van Scott Nature Reserve in Beach Lake, PA, with three miles of walking trails through woods, wildflower meadows, and wetlands, open to the public every day from sunrise to sunset. For more information, call 570-226-3164/845-583-1010 or visit

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