Georgetown Housing Authority, Southwestern University and ReLeaf Georgetown
Work Together to Address Local Food Insecurities
Working together to build a community garden on Shady Oaks property to promote an organic, healthy lifestyle by planting fruits and vegetables for the community. We’re also working on organizing pollinator gardens, forest gardens,
Georgetown Housing Authority & ReLeaf Georgetown Work Together to Beautify the Shady Oaks Property
By beautifying the Shady Oaks property with health trees and native plants, we’re also making significant progress in addressing environmental, health and community concerns.
» Raise The Roots: an annual project where we intend to plant trees in vacant areas of Georgetown.
» Gray to Green Project: a long-term project that focuses on planting trees in areas that are cemented, such as parking lots, easements and public streets.
» Play in the Shade: an annual project that concentrates on keeping our city parks and public areas shaded by replacing fallen or dead trees and planting new trees in areas where shade is scarce.
» Happy Tree Project: where neighbors get together and help each other plant trees on their personal property.