Wicomico County officials and volunteers hold tree planting at Pirate’s Wharf property
Photo Caption: Pictured from left to right are Tyler Walston, Sunny Crouse, Samantha Gooch, Judith Stribling, Addie Eckardt, Doug Stevens, Gwen Acle and Nicole Acle.
SALISBURY, Md. – On Saturday, Nov. 7, Wicomico County officials and volunteers gathered at the Pirate’s Wharf property for a tree planting.
The landscape stock trees that were planted stand between 5-12 feet tall.
“These trees are a few years old,” said Tyler Walston, environmental planner for Wicomico County Planning and Zoning. “The hope is that they will have a head start and grow to be showpiece trees near areas of interest.”
The Pirate’s Wharf project is a multi-phased, large-scale redevelopment of existing farmland located on Whitehaven Road. Phase one of the project is slated to begin this winter. Officials remain hopeful that the park will open to the public in spring 2021.
Learn more about Pirate’s Wharf at http://bit.ly/PiratesWharf.
6/20/2022 03:11:45 pm
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