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Learning about heritage trees

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Edith George
Over 20 people turned up on a snowy Wednesday at lunchtime to learn about Heritage Trees from Edith George, a lover of trees and their stories. Though the heat was not working in the room, Edith’s words soon warmed up the LEAF staff, volunteers, and Tree Tenders graduates gathered there.
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A passion for urban forests

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Jennifer Dillon
Hello friends of LEAF. As a new board member, I may be a new face to many of you but I plan to stick around in urban forestry for many years to come.
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Shade as Cancer Prevention

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Shade Tree
Last fall, I attended the Toronto Cancer Prevention Coalition’s symposium. What did I expect? Not what I received - which was enlightening.
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Maple Leaf Forever design competition to support LEAF programs!

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Maple Leaf Forever Tree
I've spent the past few weeks working on a very exciting project – Maple Leaf Forever Design Competition and Exhibition. What’s that, you ask?
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Roots Run Deep

Posted by Brenna Anstett /
Sycamore Bark
Trees have a deep rooted connection to our past. They carry with them a rich history that helps define us as a society today. One tree in particular, the majestic sycamore (Platanus occidentalis), is uniquely significant and is considered a living relic of our cultural history.
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