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Slow down and smell the flowers

Posted 4/8/20

Members of the Taos Heartwood Coalition came together over the weekend (April 4-5) to finish planting three crab apple trees and two Jefferson elms in Gusdorf Park.

Funded by the Los Jardineros Garden Club of Taos, the project provided reprieve from the COVID-19 pandemic through an investment in the park’s future. Certified arborist Felix Banuelos was joined by Beth Enson and David Gilroy to shovel holes and hoe soil for the Jefferson elms Sunday (April 5.) 

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Slow down and smell the flowers

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Members of the Taos Heartwood Coalition came together over the weekend (April 4-5) to finish planting three crab apple trees and two Jefferson elms in Gusdorf Park.

Funded by the Los Jardineros Garden Club of Taos, the project provided reprieve from the COVID-19 pandemic through an investment in the park’s future. Certified arborist Felix Banuelos was joined by Beth Enson and David Gilroy to shovel holes and hoe soil for the Jefferson elms Sunday (April 5.) 

'For one thing, trees are a great way to trap carbon,' Enson said. 'They’re also really important for us and our emotional health. So I think this process that we’re in is about coming back to our health ... slowing down and taking time to smell the flowers.'

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