Bucks Beautifulʼs newest initiative began in 2018 as a direct result of accumulated effects over the past decade of disease, invasive insects and storm damage on Bucks County’s aging tree canopy. As this has been devastating to witness, we are committed to lead the way in facilitating the reforestation of our local communities. The goal of RePlant Bucks is the planting of 10,000 new trees throughout Bucks County. Partnering with local nurseries and landscapers, 1,525 young trees have already been installed in sixteen select locations throughout the County. The reforestation will ultimately consist of native oaks, tulips, poplars, evergreens, sugar maples, shagbark hickories, chestnuts and red maples.
Thank you to our community partners:
Bucks Country Gardens
Chris Orser Landscaping
Delaware Valley University Soil Conservation Club
Gale Nurseries Inc.
Hugh A. Marshall Landscape
Indigenous Ingenuities, LLC
Jerry Fritz Garden Design
Paul L.Tiers & Co.
Professional Landscape Services, Inc. Schumacher Outdoor Living
Slota’s Property Maintenance
Barclay Elementary School, Warrington
Peace Valley Park, New Britain
Delaware Valley University, Doylestown
Byersʼ Choice Open Space, Chalfont
Bucks County Audubon Society, Solebury
Woods of Fonthill, Doylestown
Tohickon Valley Park, Pipersville
Poppa Joeʼs Grove – Firehouse, Sellersville
Tinicum Park, Tinicum
Turk Park, Doylestown
Lions Pride Park, Warrington
Barness Park, Warrington
Nike Park, Warrington
Aquetong Springs Park, New Hope
Log College, Warminster
Pool’s Corner, Doylestown
Bucks Beautiful received a $25,000 grant from The Bucks County Industrial Development Authority in partnership with the County of Bucks to fund its RePlant Bucks initiative. This important collaborative was represented by the planting of a red maple tree and the donation of 500 daffodils from our signature Bulbs for Bucks program. The grant will enable Bucks Beautiful to install young trees in an effort to compliment various community projects, including Morrisville Borough’s development of “Patriots Park at Historic Summerseat.”
If you would like to learn more about this important project, please view the links below at: In the News – Our Tree Canopy.
If you are a local landscape firm interested in this community project, please contact us.
If you are a potential donor, please support us.
We’d love to have you be a part of RePlant Bucks!