Ambler to take part in Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s Earth Day celebration, volunteers needed to plant trees

Ambler has been named a site for the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s (PHS) Earth Day celebration, which will see more than 1,100 trees planted throughout the Greater Philadelphia area.

PHS said it will receive assistance from more than 75 of its PHS Tree Tenders groups, neighborhood volunteers, and community organizations. Volunteers can assist by sorting and distributing trees from April 16-19, and by planting trees from April 19-21.

No prior expertise is necessary for volunteers to participate in the tree planting process. Bring hand sanitizer, gloves, closed-toed shoes, a water bottle, and, if possible, a shovel. Planting tools such as shovels, pickaxes, brooms, garbage bags, and other items will be supplied on-site. Participants are also advised to dress appropriately as plantings will take place rain or shine. 

To volunteer, you can click here. For more information, you can click here.

Other areas being served by PHS include:

Southeastern PA