Tricyclist making a difference



Brent Devitt has been traveling the United States making a difference in every park he passes. With the cutting down of most of the Ash trees, the parks are missing a lot of trees. So, Devitt took his love of riding his recumbent and set out to make a difference. So, now, another year under his belt, he has a new cycling route this year and plans to plant more trees then ever.

This year’s 160-mile, 3 day cycling adventure will pass through Greene, Fayette & Ross counties in Ohio from Xenia to Chillicothe on the Jamestown Connector and Tri-County Paint Creek Trails.


Trees will be planted in public parks near the trail in Jamestown, Washington Court House and Chillicothe, Ohio. The goal is to raise awareness and $1,000 in support, in partnership with Dan Struve of QRST Nursery in Waynesville Ohio to deliver as many as 15  eight to ten foot foot native trees to be planted in these cities and parks.

Read more details and support the cause at TRECYCLE 2018

An anonymous “silent TRECYCLING partner” will match dollar for dollar another $1,000 this year.  Any funds raised beyond the goal will help plant even more trees!
Since the birth of TRECYCLE in 2015 with $5,942 in total contributed funds 335 trees have been planted in three years in the following cities and parks:

Avoca Park, Cincinnati, OH

Battelle Darby Metro park, Columbus, OH

Char Mar Park, Westerville, Delaware County, OH

Cuyahoga Valley National Park, OH

Indian Mound Peterson Park, Cedarville, Oh

John Bryan Community Center, Yellow Springs, OH

Joyce Park, Hamilton, OH

Killbuck Marsh State Wildlife Preserve, Killbuck, OH

Little Miami Trail, Loveland, OH

Melvin Miller Park, Urbana, OH

Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation, Cleveland OH

Roadside Park, Sidney OH

Russ Nature Reserve, Beavercreek, OH

Shawnee Park, Xenia, OH

Simon Kenton Trailhead, Bellefontaine, OH

Smith Park, Middletown OH

Southview Park, Bellefontaine, OH

Treasure Island Park – Troy, OH

If your community has been a recipient of trees in the past please consider contributing and paying it forward to support more trees and communities in Ohio.
After this route, he can sit back and watch the trees grow!
To donate to his cause, visit his website.

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