Paul Trier Ditch

Save Maumee’s 14th Annual
2-Day Earth Day was April 22 & 23, 2019

…behind Gunsaullus Industrial Services

LOCATION: 4325 Meyer Rd.  Fort Wayne, IN 46806

This was Save Maumee’s seventh project, where about 85 people planted 600 trees along 1,055 linear feet (by at least 25 feet wide) of the Upper Trier (Paul Trier Ditch), on the  north/west side of the ditch. This site is adjacent to our October 2019 tree planting site. CLICK TO SEE ADJACENT LOCATION

04/10/2019 Save Maumee Riparian Buffer Initiative began removing the invasive species that do not belong there, and prepared the site for tree planting!
By May, volunteers had planted 602 trees; 
110 Burr Oak, 100 Swamp White Oak, 100 Swamp Chestnut Oak, 60 Black Cherry, 10 Black Walnut, 200 Sycamore, 10 Shagbark Hickory, and 10 Poplar (Tulip).

These projects are made possible through the federal Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) and U.S. Forest Service.

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