Contractor hired for Sunnyside pine project

Sep 7, 2021 | Author: Larry Mauter, LCSWA director | Editor: Gabriel Bradford

A Lebanon contractor has been hired to build and install a protective frame for signs at Sunnyside Park. The signs were designed to tell the story of the revival the Willamette Valley Ponderosa pine.

The Linn County Small Woodlands Association and Linn County Parks have signed an agreement allowing the signs and a grove of Ponderosa pines at the park.
The pines were planted in early March.

LCSWA directors voted Sept. 2 to hire William Pavlisick for the sign work. Construction is expected to occur in September. Pavlisick has experience building similar structures for government agencies.

Funds for the construction are from the organization’s Robert H. Mealey endowment.

Mealey was a member of a pioneer Sweet Home family. A career forester, he is responsible for reintroduction of the Willamette Valley pine in the valley during his retirement years.

Click on the button below to read the Ode to Bob Mealey article to learn more about his amazing forestry contributions.

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