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Volunteer to help fix 9/11 location

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Project EverGreen is looking for aid in revitalizing the Statue of Liberty 9/11 overlook area.

| August 1, 2013

Project EverGreen’s revitalization efforts will be put to use on Liberty Island. Just yards from the Statue of Liberty rests a site to honor the victims of 9/11. Over the past few years, the trees and grass around the memorial have fallen into a state of disrepair.

Project EverGreen along with its partners, including the New Jersey Landscape Contractors Association, are putting together plans to rejuvenate and rededicate the 9/11 reflection site. The organization welcomes your ideas and your help, and will need support in the form of labor, materials and even promotional help.
If you are interested in being a part of this rare opportunity, please contact us at (877) 758-4835 or send an email to danjacobs@projectevergreen.com.
 

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