New trees for Sidney


Planting a tree at Tawawa Park Wednesday, Nov. 16 are, left to right, Bill Vanover, of Eaton, operating a Bobcat, Jesus Hernandez, of Dayton, Jack Dancer, of Brookville, and Randy Prunest, of Union. The tree is one of 90 that the city of Sidney Parks Department is planting to replace some of the many trees cut down in the fight against the emerald ash borer. The city received a grant from DP&L for the replacement trees. Trees which were planted at the park include flowering crab, red horse chestnut, Pacific sunset maple, Kentucky coffee tree, burr oak, tulip-tree and autumn blaze maple. Ninety-six other trees — crusader Hawthorne, frontier elm, cumulus service-berry, columnar oak and Pacific sunset maple — will be planted around Sidney to replace other trees which were cut down.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Planting a tree at Tawawa Park Wednesday, Nov. 16 are, left to right, Bill Vanover, of Eaton, operating a Bobcat, Jesus Hernandez, of Dayton, Jack Dancer, of Brookville, and Randy Prunest, of Union. The tree is one of 90 that the city of Sidney Parks Department is planting to replace some of the many trees cut down in the fight against the emerald ash borer. The city received a grant from DP&L for the replacement trees. Trees which were planted at the park include flowering crab, red horse chestnut, Pacific sunset maple, Kentucky coffee tree, burr oak, tulip-tree and autumn blaze maple. Ninety-six other trees — crusader Hawthorne, frontier elm, cumulus service-berry, columnar oak and Pacific sunset maple — will be planted around Sidney to replace other trees which were cut down.

Planting a tree at Tawawa Park Wednesday, Nov. 16 are, left to right, Bill Vanover, of Eaton, operating a Bobcat, Jesus Hernandez, of Dayton, Jack Dancer, of Brookville, and Randy Prunest, of Union. The tree is one of 90 that the city of Sidney Parks Department is planting to replace some of the many trees cut down in the fight against the emerald ash borer. The city received a grant from DP&L for the replacement trees. Trees which were planted at the park include flowering crab, red horse chestnut, Pacific sunset maple, Kentucky coffee tree, burr oak, tulip-tree and autumn blaze maple. Ninety-six other trees — crusader Hawthorne, frontier elm, cumulus service-berry, columnar oak and Pacific sunset maple — will be planted around Sidney to replace other trees which were cut down.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_SDN111716NewTrees.jpgPlanting a tree at Tawawa Park Wednesday, Nov. 16 are, left to right, Bill Vanover, of Eaton, operating a Bobcat, Jesus Hernandez, of Dayton, Jack Dancer, of Brookville, and Randy Prunest, of Union. The tree is one of 90 that the city of Sidney Parks Department is planting to replace some of the many trees cut down in the fight against the emerald ash borer. The city received a grant from DP&L for the replacement trees. Trees which were planted at the park include flowering crab, red horse chestnut, Pacific sunset maple, Kentucky coffee tree, burr oak, tulip-tree and autumn blaze maple. Ninety-six other trees — crusader Hawthorne, frontier elm, cumulus service-berry, columnar oak and Pacific sunset maple — will be planted around Sidney to replace other trees which were cut down. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
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