The Quail Ridge HOA hosted their 3rd CommuniTree planting event within their subdivision located in Kearneysville, West Virginia splitting the Jefferson and Berkeley County line.
Quail Ridge HOA president and seasoned project leader, David Groom, led a group of 29 volunteers, including 13 youth volunteers, to plant 24 native trees around 3 storm water management ponds located throughout the subdivision. One of Groom’s favorite parts of hosting this year’s CommuniTree planting was seeing so many residents come together to work for a common goal. He advised that the community continues to benefit from learning about the native trees and proper tree care.
The HOA Board has already received numerous messages of appreciation on the newest planting. To find out more about this CTree planting or how you can lead a CTree project of your own contact CTree@CacaponInstitute.org!