27 Apr 2018

Arbor Day Ceremony

Arbor Day Ceremony

April 27th, Noon. A ceremony will be held in Edmund Lyon Park, 750 Main Street. Co-sponsored by the ER Parks Committee and East Rochester Rotary. “To exist as a nation, to prosper as a state, and to live as a people, we must have trees.” Theodore Roosevelt

4 Jan 2018

2018 Conservation Tree & Shrub Program

Winter has arrived and spring will be knocking at your front door before you know it! To help you prepare for spring, the Monroe County Soil and Water Conservation District has released their Conservation Tree and Shrub species list for the spring of 2018. The District has been hosting this annual program for more than 41 years with more than 116, 760 trees, shrubs, and plants being distributed in the last 5 years alone!  

10 Jan 2017

2017 Conservation Tree and Shrub Program Launched

Winter has arrived and spring will be here before you know it! In preparation, the Monroe County Soil and Water Conservation District has released their Conservation Tree and Shrub species list for the spring of 2017.

This year, property owners will have the opportunity to pre-order more than 42 different species of bare-root conifers, hardwood trees, shrubs, wildflowers and groundcovers, as well as seed mixes and other products used for conservation projects.

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Advent Tree Lighting Ceremony

December 2nd, 5:00 pm. Held at Verzella Gazebo in Edmund Lyon Park, 750 Main Street (location may change due to inclement weather) Open to the public. Sponsored by the Association of Churches and supported by the Town/Village of East Rochester to kick off the Advent Season.

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