JUNE, The Month for Tree Walks! Don’t miss this upcoming stimulating treeful event.
Join us for the 1st annual City of Essex Junction Tree and History Walk on June 3rd from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. beside the Amtrak station, Railroad Ave. The walk will be led by two local experts, Warren Spinner, Essex Junction Tree Warden, and Tim Jerman, local historian. This free event will combine interesting facts about local trees and buildings of historical significance in Essex Junction.
Warren Spinner, Essex Tree warden and former arborist for Burlington will share his expertise in tree identification and other interesting facts along the streets of Essex Junction. Warren was one of the founders of Branch Out Burlington! (BOB!) when serving as the city arborist. He is also one of the founders of the Tree Advisory Committee of the City of Essex Junction. He has continued to be actively involved in BOB!, tending to trees in the community nursery, which supplies low-cost trees for Essex Junction.
Tim Jerman, a local historian who lived in Essex for many years, will share his knowledge of the notable landmarks and buildings along the way. Tim was a long-time Village Trustee and State Legislator who has written about our local past for the Essex Community Historical Society.
For additional information or questions, contact Warren Spinner at wspinner@. comcast.net