September 28, 2019 — First Planting (14 trees planted)

Substantial planting assistance and support was provided on the Archives' first planting day by Meredith Gruber and her daughter Casidy, Dick Wilson and Gina Wilson (Keep the Canopy-Cary), Geraldine McDowell, Colleen Jackson, Jinny Batterson, Bill Dutkiewicz, Kevin Hales, and parents and supporters of the Cub Scout pack.


“To exist as a nation, to prosper as a state, to live as a people, we must have trees.”
~Theodore Roosevelt

Tree
Number
Tree Species Date Planted By Whom Planted
1A
&
1B
Bald cypress
Taxodium distichum
September 28, 2019 Dylan, Jacob, David, Richard, James, and Dylan; members of Cub Scout Pack #120 [sponsored by the White Plains United Methodist Church] and pack leader Dr. Richard Carroll
Cary, North Carolina
Assisted by Dave Klemp (Trees for the Triangle)
Trees planted as real-world applications of the principles of forestry, ecology, and conservation learned as Cub Scouts.
1C Bald cypress
Taxodium distichum
September 28, 2019 Dr. Kristen Moore, her husband Nate,
and their daughter Abby.

Holly Springs, North Carolina
Assisted by Dave Klemp (Trees for the Triangle)
and Richard Carroll
Tree planted in celebration of the opening of A to Z Pharmacy, an enterprise opened by Dr. Moore in the Town of Cary.
1D Bald cypress
Taxodium distichum
September 28, 2019 Ya Liu
Candidate for Cary Town Council
Cary, North Carolina
Assisted by Dave Klemp (Trees for the Triangle) and Richard Carroll
Tree planted . . . .
1E Bald cypress
Taxodium distichum
September 28, 2019 Anne Robotti
Candidate for Morrisville Town Council
Morrisville, North Carolina
Assisted by Dave Klemp (Trees for the Triangle) and Richard Carroll
Tree planted . . . .
1F Bald cypress
Taxodium distichum
September 28, 2019 Donna Fender
Candidate for Morrisville Town Council
Morrisville, North Carolina
Assisted by Dave Klemp (Trees for the Triangle) and Richard Carroll
Tree planted . . . .
1G - 1N Oak and maple seedlings September 28, 2019 Dylan, Jacob, David, Richard, James, and Dylan; members of Cub Scout Pack #120 [sponsored by the White Plains United Methodist Church] and pack leader Dr. Richard Carroll
Cary, North Carolina
Assisted by Dave Klemp (Trees for the Triangle)
Trees planted as real-world applications of the principles of forestry, ecology, and conservation learned as Cub Scouts.

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