Hufnagel plants trees in Hoboken
Hoboken Girl Scouts Help celebrate Earth Day with Hufnagel
To celebrate Earth Day this year, the Hoboken Daisy Scout Troop helped Hufnagel Landscape Design & Construction Group plant a 15 foot tall Chinese Elm tree and seasonal pansies around the tree in Pier A Park in Hoboken last month.
Hufnagel enjoys giving back to communities
The 20 kindergarten girls are part of the Hoboken Daisy Scout Troop #12001 which includes K – 1st grades from all of schools in Hoboken. The Troop meets every other Tuesday at the Brandt School from 4 to 5pm.
Cathy Tennaro, one of the four Girl Scout Troop leaders, said: “The girls wanted to help beautify Hoboken for Earth Day.”
The Chinese Elm tree was sourced and installed by Hufnagel who has worked with community organizations on many community projects such as school Arbor Day events and city projects such as Sybil’s Cave on Sinatra Drive.
“We are very happy to work with Hoboken and the Girl Scouts in a community project such as this tree planting which gives us a chance to give back to the people of Hoboken,” said CEO Valerie Hufnagel.
The Hufnagel Group has provided time and expertise to local schools and municipalities and several community organizations including Stevens Cooperative School, the Liberty Humane Society and various other Hudson County groups.
Hufnagel Landscape Design & Construction Group, a family-owned company, was founded in the early 1890’s by great grandfather Bernard Hufnagel to serve the Hudson County area.