Seven intrepid members of the CAN! Team gathered at the Mississippi Greenway Trailhead in
North Riverfront Park, on Saturday, November 12, bundled up in winter coats, hats and gloves,
to help Forest ReLeaf and Great Rivers Greenway (and several dozen other volunteers) plant
100 trees. Planting trees is one strategy for capturing carbon and ultimately reducing levels of
carbon in the atmosphere. So we were there, in near freezing temperatures, to “do some good”.
We also received instruction on the proper way to plant trees—valuable lessons we can use in
our own yards or perhaps some day on the Ethical Society grounds, to benefit from the beauty,
shade, wildlife services, and water management properties of trees. The fact that we got a bit of
exercise and more than a bit of fun in the process was just icing on the cake.
These materials have been prepared by the Society’s CAN! (Climate Action Now!) team. This post and its links do not express or imply an endorsement by the Ethical Society of St. Louis or its leadership.