Judge David Campbell Chapter, NSDAR Work On Point Park Conservation Project

Monday, May 13, 2019

Two Judge David Campbell Chapter members and sisters, Joann Wood and Sharon Linden, were at Point Park in April.  One of the park rangers mentioned and showed them two, empty planters by the park’s entrance plus three, empty narrow planters on the side of the building.   He expressed his interest in having some kind of greenery to make the entrance brighter.  

Last year, the Judge David Campbell Chapter members took on a project at the Chickamauga Battlefield’s Visitor’s Center and Ms. Wood and Ms. Linden were instrumental in leading the project.  This year, they took it upon themselves to sprucing up the visitor’s center by adding some other plants and mulch and other smaller items. 

The Barn Nursery staff members have been a tremendous help in assisting Ms. Wood and Ms. Linden with their needs, they said..  

 


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