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What a TREEt!

What a TREEt!

  • Posted by Barrington Hills
  • On September 16, 2021

Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago has, once again, donated oak saplings as part of their “restore the canopy” initiative. A medium-sized oak tree can help prevent flooding and improve water quality by absorbing 2,800 gallons of rainfall per year.

PICKUP YOURS AT THE HILLS ARE ALIVE FALL FEST THIS SUNDAY, SEPT. 19 – NOON to 4 PM!

Saplings are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Perfect timing for fall plantings! #PROPS to MWRD!

The Hills Are Alive Fall Fest behind Village Hall
112 Algonquin Road

Park at Barrington United Methodist Church to catch the shuttle for the fest.

More info at: barringtonhills-il.gov/hills-alive/