Bucks Beautifulʼs RePlant Bucks 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, 1,799 trees have already been installed in thirty 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
Buckingham Township Public Works
Cole Nurseries Inc.
Delaware Valley University Soil
Doylestown Township Parks Department
Gale Nurseries Inc.
Hugh A. Marshall Landscape
Indigenous Ingenuities, LLC
Mitchell Traumuller, Tramullers Nursery
Penn Community Bank
Professional Landscape Services, Inc. Schumacher Outdoor Living
Visit Bucks County
Warrington Township Parks Department
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
George M. Bush Park, Buckingham
Fonthill Castle, Doylestown
The Tileworks of Bucks County, Doylestown
Lions Pride Park, Warrington
Barness Park, Warrington
Nike Park, Warrington
Aquetong Springs Park, New Hope
Log College, Warminster
Rt. 202 Business Corridor, New Britain
Pool’s Corner, Doylestown
Mercer Museum, Doylestown
Bike Hike Greenway, Doylestown
Linton Memorial Park, Newtown
Newtown Creek, Newtown
Bucks County S.P.C.A., Quakertown
611 Bypass, Doylestown
Central Park/Kids Castle, Doylestown
Central Park/Disc Golf Course
Creating Respite for Rescues
Our friends at the Bucks County SPCA assist animals in need and prevent suffering through rescue, rehoming, cruelty prosecution and community outreach. Animals come to the shelter to find their forever home. One of our upcoming projects is to help keep these animals safe, happy and healthy during their time at the shelter.
Working with Executive Director Linda Reider, we are raising funds to complete the “Creating Respite for Rescue” project. The native trees to be planted on the property will provide a healthy environment to shade the rescued animals from the heat of the summer as they rehabilitate and wait to go to their forever homes.
Carter van Dyke Associates (CVDA) president and RePlant Bucks Committee Chair Peter Fernandez, has been instrumental in getting this project off the ground. Along with Peter, CVDA Landscape Designer Lisa Roman spearheaded this project by donating the time and skills to design a strategic tree canopy that will shelter the animal enclosures, as well as develop a tree lined walking path where prospective rescuers, volunteers and staff can exercise and bond with the animals. Our longtime supporter Christine Gale, from Gale Nurseries has agreed to do the tree installations.
Together with ongoing support of the Buck Beautiful community and other community partners such as the Charitable Giving Foundation of Penn Community Bank, we are excited to join with the BCSPCA to help protect and enhance the quality of life for the animals at the Upper Bucks shelter site.