Know everyone is enjoying the wonderful new oak trees put on the banks of the bayou by Jared Zeller and friends. Please consider that each of those trees needs fresh water to continue their trek toward becoming mighty oaks. Bring a gallon of water with you when you go by these trees and put fresh water into the green bags around those trees. The bags slowly release the water to the tree.
Please, fresh water only. The salinity of the water from the bayou is too high.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to bring a gallon of water to the bags around the trees as often as you can!
If everyone brings just one gallon to a tree everyday there will be mighty oaks standing tall along the bayou for years to come!
Thank you for anything you can do!
Where are these trees? Between Dumaine and Lafitte Streets on Moss. The five large oak trees on are the banks of Bayou St. John across from the Post Office. Three are across from the Post Office and two are on the same side of the bayou on the other side of the Orleans Avenue bridge.