Reforest the Red

F-M community comes out to “Reforest the Red”

The event has people planting all types of trees along the Red River.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Volunteers are taking the day off from the office to help give back to nature in Lindenwood Park. More than 200 volunteers across the F-M area are trying to improve the region’s drinking water quality, encourage plant growth and increase opportunities for fishing, bird watching and picnics. “Kinda fun seeing people come in and, you know,…

Yearly Event Focuses on Replanting Trees Along Red River

It also teaches students the importance of taking care of the environment

FARGO-MOORHEAD – Students were among the volunteers who took the day off to give back to nature. They are planting thousands of trees and shrubs alongside the Red River to help sustain the river bank, build it up and help the water quality. “We love to have students out here actively engaged, getting dirty, planting the trees, so they’re learning…

Hundreds of Kids Help to “Reforest the Red”

they planted more than 4,500 trees

FARGO, N.D. — The River Keepers bring hundreds of people together to reforest patches along the Red River. In fact, they found just the right rhythm while planting 4,500 trees and shrubs to areas along the Red River in under 24 hours. “It’s very difficult for this area to naturally regenerate. Deer is one thing and heavy waters is another at certain times…

River Keepers Looking for Volunteers to Help “Reforest the Red”

The group plans on planting trees with 450 students near County Road 20

FARGO, N.D. — River Keepers are looking for volunteers to plant trees tomorrow along the Red River in north Fargo. As part of its “Reforest the Red” initiative, the group needs people to dig holes for the trees and shrubs, and also teach kids about planting, mulching, and watering. They recommend that volunteers wear long pants, sneakers, and gloves. With 450…