The Jacksonville-Baldwin Rails Trail will be the site Saturday as nearly two hundred Greenscape volunteers will plant 3500 trees. The trail begins just west of Interstate 295 near Marietta and ends in Baldwin and is part of a linear park system providing varied recreational opportunities including horseback riding, biking, rollerblading and running. Although the park has extensive tree canopy along most of its route, there are several gaps where there are few, if any trees adjacent to the trail. Through the use of volunteer labor and smaller trees, it is possible to plant several thousand trees at a relatively small cost. Trees will be 3 gallon size and some of the species used will be: Long Leaf Pine, Live Oak, Red Cedar, Southern Magnolia, Sweet Gum, Winged Elm, Holly, Redbud, Sweet Bay and others. The trees will be planted as if designed by nature, not overly landscaped.