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Creek ReLeaf Program
Through Creek ReLeaf, trees are planted in riparian areas (floodplains and stream buffers) of Mecklenburg County.  There will be two Creek ReLeaf tree planting events for 2014:

Volunteers planting trees

Saturday, November 15 at Rocky River Nature Preserve in Davidson, NC

  • 9 am – Noon; Lunch provided
  • 250 trees will be planted
  • For adults 18 and older only and must be comfortable hiking on steep sloping, forested terrain

Saturday, November 22 at the Henderson Park Neighborhood in Huntersville, NC

  • 9 am – Noon; Lunch provided
  • 1,750 trees will be planted
  • All ages welcome

Registration is required for both events at www.creekreleaf.com.  Questions? Contact Erin Hall (704) 336-7980.

Creek ReLeaf is a collaborative effort of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services, the Charlotte Public Tree Fund, the Center for Sustainability at Central Piedmont Community College, the Sierra Club-Central Piedmont Group, dedicated volunteers and financial supporters. 

Since 2008, volunteers have planted nearly 13,000 tree seedlings in Charlotte-Mecklenburg's Briar Creek, Irwin Creek, Little Sugar Creek and McDowell Creek watersheds

  Creek ReLeaf logo 

For more information on the Creek ReLeaf program, visit www.creekreleaf.com or contact:

Erin Hall 
Senior Environmental Specialist