Clay Soil and Water Conservation plants its roots at S. Bryan Jennings Elementary

Posted 1/26/22

ORANGE PARK – Clay Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisors Ted Clark and Mike Cassidy recently attended the Environmental Club meeting at S. Bryan Jennings Elementary to talk to the …

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Clay Soil and Water Conservation plants its roots at S. Bryan Jennings Elementary

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ORANGE PARK – Clay Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisors Ted Clark and Mike Cassidy recently attended the Environmental Club meeting at S. Bryan Jennings Elementary to talk to the students about the Clay Soil and Water Conservation District, its important role in the community, and Arbor Day. Also in attendance with the Clay Soil and Water Conservation District was Matt Darnell with Florida Forest Services. The Clay Soil and Water Conservation District helped provide two trees – one oak and one crape myrtle – to S. Bryan Jennings Elementary for their campus. The Environmental Club planted the trees the following day, on the State of Florida Arbor Day, on the school’s playground. Additional native trees are available through one of the Clay Soil and Water Conservation District’s partner agencies. For more, please contact the Clay Soil and Water Conservation District at (904) 284-6355, or visit www.claysoilandwater.org.

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