Yesterday volunteers descended on scattered treeboxes on Montello and Morse. The high temperatures made the work more challenging, but a constant supply of cold water kept volunteers going strong. We planted from 8am until around 2:30, or 3pm. By the end of the day we prepped and planted several treeboxes (tree roots forcing the use of creativity in some spots). We were also able to plant new flowers outside a church on Montello after thieves ripped from the ground flowers that the church had planted. Take a walk down to Morse and Montello to check out the end product. Photos to follow.