Our Northern Virginia Seneca Group volunteered last week with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation at Clagett Farm. Together, we assisted in repotting over 300 saplings that will eventually find permanent homes along local waterways. Shoreline trees help to filter the air and environment above and hold soil below to curb pollution and outflow before they hit the Bay. These efforts improve living shorelines with the goal of watershed restoration.

A special shout out to Vivian for organizing the event – and to all who were able to contribute in such a meaningful way.

Claggett Farm serves as a farm that grows produce for CSA participants and is active in crop rotation and thoughtful husbandry.
Chesapeake Bay Foundation protects our waterways in the Mid-Atlantic.