P4C Tree Remeasuring at Christ the King S.S.

Thanks to the students at Christ the King S.S. in Georgetown for remeasuring their trees in their P4C site. The site was planted in 2008. Unfortunately, a Bur Oak had Gypsy Moth egg mass on it but other Bur Oaks were healthy. Students learnt how to measure root collar, crown diameter, diameter at 1.3m and assess the health of the trees.

See photo gallery below for photos from 2008-2014 of the plot.

Planting Day 2008

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