Second Brunswick Community Orchard Unveiled

(L-R): Brunswick assistant public works director Rick Charnock, Brunswick Downtown Development Authority executive director Mathew  Hill, Keep Golden Isles Beautiful executive director Lea King-Badyna, Golden Isles Fund for Tree’s Miriam Lancaster, Brunswick City Commissioner Julie Martin, Brunswick Mayor Cornell Harvey, Coastal Greenery’s Andrew Doster, Coastal Greenery owner Jeffrey Johns, Keep Golden Isles Beautiful board member Dawn Franco, BB&T now Truist’s Josh Galloway.

Second Brunswick Community Orchard Unveiled 

BRUNSWICK, GA (December 19, 2019) – Brunswick’s second community orchard was recently unveiled, bringing the City’s total of public citrus trees to 15. The Ringel Park citrus grove of four grapefruit and three orange trees was made possible by a BB&T now Truist donation and installed by Coastal Greenery.

The project is a partnership between Keep Golden Isles Beautiful, the City of Brunswick, Brunswick Downtown Development Authority, BB&T now Truist, Coastal Greenery and Golden Isles Fund for Trees.

The citrus trees will provide healthy snacks for Brunswick citizens and additional citrus groves are planned as funding allows.

For more information contact Keep Golden Isles Beautiful at info.kbgib@gmail.com or 912/279.1490.

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