Volunteers from Lebanon-based Conestoga Log Cabins & Homes planted 300 trees working in partnership with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Keystone 10 Million Trees Project.  In addition, Conestoga Log Cabins donated $20,000 toward the cause.  The trees were planted in Mount Joy and the workers included employees and student volunteers.

According to the Arbor Day Foundation, over the course of 50 years, a single tree can generate $31,250 of oxygen, provide $62,000 worth of air pollution control, recycle $37,500 worth of water and control $31,500 worth of soil erosion.

Pictured front from left: Alex Kane, Ronald Kane, Julie Myer, Carolyn Meyers, Shane Blankenmyer, Stephen Evangelista and Jordan Evangelista. Second row: Morgan Kane, Chad Myer, Ronald Myer, David Deverter, Jerry Deverter, Marc Hertzler, Sheldon Hertzler and Joe Cardina.