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Central Terminal is site of Re-Tree Planting kick-off

This Friday marks the 20th volunteer tree planting by Re-Tree. The special planting of 25 Morton Maple Trees is just the beginning of a full weekend of plantings. Altogether, 500 trees will be planted throughout the city. 

The Central Terminal planting is made possible thanks in part to funding provided by Gintzler International, a custom label and product identification packaging solutions company based in WNY. The company is celebrating its 100 Year Anniversary. 

“We realize we have successfully grown as a company for over a century due to the ongoing support we have received from our incredible staff, customers, vendors, and communities we serve,” says Mary Scheible, CAO of Gintzler International. “As an organization that embraces the notion of sustainable initiatives and is committed to environmental consciousness efforts, we are honored to help reforest our beautiful community.”

The Central Terminal planting is also made possible thanks to Pete Baschmann of Baschmann Services Inc. The company is donating time and equipment to prepare the holes.

Altogether the plantings will be a combined effort between Re-Tree, Gintzler International, Buffalo Central Terminal Restoration Corporation and Boy Scouts of America.

The 20th Volunteer Planting by Re-Tree

Buffalo’s iconic Central Terminal

Memorial Drive at Paderewski Drives at the Circle – Buffalo, NY 14212

Friday, November 4, 2016 | 3:30pm – 6pm

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