Photo of the Week: I Speak for the Trees!

Trees"I am the Lorax, I speak for the trees!" My son, Aaron Doster-Dunyon (age 2), with his PopPop, Sterling Willis, this past weekend while camping at the Naval Station Annapolis. Thank you for all you do! 

--Jennifer Dunyon


As Dr. Seuss' Lorax would say: LET'S ALL SPEAK FOR THE TREES! Annapolitans, this week is your chance to tell the Annapolis City Council to invest in a clean, healthy, prosperous future for our city by passing a strong Forest Conservation Act. 

Trees are the backbone of our communities. They help filter our local waters, increase property values, reduce energy costs, provide clean air and wildlife habitat, and improve public health. AND they're beautiful!

Click here to take action and speak for the trees. 


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