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Prevention as the cure: How trees help protect you from carcinogens

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pollution
If preventative measures were proactively taken to reduce the occurrence of cancer in our population, it is likely that cancer rates could be significantly reduced. And trees have an important role to play in this.
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Tips for Winter Tree Care

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It’s hard to believe it’s already that time of year when we start to bundle up in warm winter clothes to protect ourselves from freezing temperatures, bitter cold winds and flurries of blowing snow. Fortunately for our trees, a thermal snowsuit and mittens aren’t required. Nevertheless, there are ways we can help prepare our trees for the wintry months ahead.
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It's Not Goodbye, It's See Yah Later!

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Amy and Staff at the BFF Social
As the leaves turn and reach their end, so too must I. A little melodramatic? Perhaps. I was one of LEAF's Residential Planting Program Assistants for the past eight months, but now it is time for me to move on. As a way of saying adieu, I want to share a little bit about my experience with LEAF this year.
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Inspiration, Ideas, and Solutions: Site design for urban tree growth

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Sidewalk
Joris Voeten came from The Netherlands to speak at City Hall and inspire Toronto to improve our urban canopy. Toronto's urban forest should be denser and Mr. Voeten shared some ideas on how we might get there.
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Best Forest Friends Party Like It’s 2014

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LEAF Staff at BFF Social
LEAFers know how to have fun! Over 150 members of the LEAF community turned out for our Annual Best Forest Friends (BFF) Social. We gathered to celebrate our work together over the past year, planting, learning and stewarding the urban forest.
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