Sunrise Farm to Host 'Alternative Spring Break'
Students from colleges in Virginia will assist in a tree planting as part of a program organized by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
The students will take part in an "alternative spring break" sponsored by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, which includes a trip to Maryland Sunrise Farm in Gambrills.
On Friday, the students will help prepare for the planting of 1,000 trees at Sunrise Farm, to be used to block pollution from getting close to a nearby creek.
Earlier in the week, the students will help with oyster restoration in Shady Side, gardening in Upper Marlboro and tree preservation in Taneytown.