The most depressing day is just 12 hours away. Roger and I have agreed that Christmas must be boxed up and put away tomorrow. (According to some, it’s bad luck that I have waited this long.)
On Wednesday, I clipped the notice in The Frederick News Post about the Frederick tree recycling program. Residents have until January 26 to give their tree back to Mother Nature. Locally, trees will most likely be processed into mulch, but then, I learned that trees are used for other environmental benefits. This infographic tells the story of a tree’s possible afterlife.
One of the four possibilities includes erosion prevention/shoreline stabilization. Do we do that in Maryland? I couldn’t find a specific program in Maryland, but there was a great article about how New Jersey was using trees for shoreline stabilization after Hurricane Sandy.
This is a good video describing the Canadian National Park program that recycles trees to help stabilize shore areas.
I’m curious about whether our readers, who are also lucky enough to live along the coast, have a Christmas tree shoreline stabilization program in their communities?