Flying Pig Partners with City of Cincinnati for Tree Planting
The Flying Pig Marathon partnered with the City of Cincinnati and Taking Root to plant four oak trees today in Madison Park. The Flying Pig is donating the trees and the City of Cincinnati and Taking Root are helping plant them. This initiative is part of the Flying Pig Marathon’s Sustainability Program as the event has earned a Gold Level Inspirer Certificate from the Council on Responsible Sport over the past five years.
About the Flying Pig Marathon:
The Flying Pig Marathon is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting charities, inspiring community celebration and rewarding the emotions of all participants, sponsors, volunteers and spectators. The Flying Pig organizes the TQL Beer Series (Bockfest 5K, Fifty West Mile, Hudepohl 14K and 7K), Flying Pig Marathon weekend powered by P&G, the FCC3 and the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace 4 Miler.
About Taking Root:
Taking Root is a collaborative, broad-based campaign to address the current historic loss of our region’s tree canopy by planting trees, better managing our local forests, promoting the many benefits of healthy trees, and fostering a sense of stewardship among individuals and communities.