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Published on Jun 28, 2011
A National Tree Trust 2005 Roots Grant provided over $15,000 for 31 flowering pear trees to be planted along the Borough right-of-way running the length of Madison's east business district to the Chatham border. This continued the central business district's flowering Red Spire pear tree theme, unifying and expanding a sense of place when entering Madison. Collaborating with the local Boy Scouts of America, public officials and local arborists, FMST produced this professionally filmed video How to Plant a Balled and Burlapped Tree. This educational tool was given to the area schools including all three colleges in town, the Scouts organization, and the public library and was shown at public gatherings.