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Care for Creation, Plant a Tree

  • Rosanne Skirble
Since 2013 nearly 50 communities of faith from the east coast state of Maryland have joined to plant 10,000 trees. What these communities have in common is respect for the creator and a commitment to protect the Earth. The work helps reverse the trend of tree loss in Maryland. It is also helping to prevent polluted runoff from entering the Chesapeake Bay, the nation’s largest estuary.
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All Saints Lutheran Church, Bowie, MD. (Credit: Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay)
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All Saints Lutheran Church, Bowie, MD. (Credit: Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay)

John Carroll High School students plant over 400 trees on their Catholic high school campus in Bel Air, MD. (Credit: Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay)
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John Carroll High School students plant over 400 trees on their Catholic high school campus in Bel Air, MD. (Credit: Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay)

Baltimore Sikh Society, Dundalk, MD. (Credit: Dundalk Renaissance Corporation).
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Baltimore Sikh Society, Dundalk, MD. (Credit: Dundalk Renaissance Corporation).

Woodbrook Baptist Church, Baltimore, MD. (Credit: Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay)
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Woodbrook Baptist Church, Baltimore, MD. (Credit: Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay)

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