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OISCA USA started the projects by introducing an international species to the historical borough of Raritan. Japanese cherry blossoms were planted by Raritan’s main town building for all of the community to share and appreciate. The matured tree seedlings were planted by grade school children who were extremely excited to plant the first of many trees in their lifetime. The children and families were eager to be a part of simple and sustainable projects. OISCA USA inspires the community to practice natural beauty, organic maintenance, and deep appreciation for the future of the young generations and the planet earth.

Children were enjoying planting trees and eager to see the cherry blossoms in next spring.
Children were enjoying planting trees and eager to see the cherry blossoms in next spring.

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