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March Break Maple Tree Tour

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When I was growing up, there was no better way to say goodbye to winter than with a trip to the sugar bush. The remaining snow made the perfect base for hot maple taffy, and the bright sun, new maple buds and running sap were the ultimate signs that spring was on its way.
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A Milne Hollow Walkabout

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Fall days are best spent in the company of fellow tree lovers. A brisk 10° C and the days are ripe for exploring Toronto's outback!
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Exploring the living heritage of the Ashbridge Estate

Posted by Robyn Stewart /
Ashbridge Estate
Have you ever noticed this house from the road or streetcar and wondered about it? Last Tuesday, I was joined by a group of fifty tree-lovers and history buffs to find out more on a tour of the property.
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A Tree Tour Through Rouge Park: An Urban Oasis of Biodiversity

Posted by Lisa Moore /
On a beautiful Wednesday morning, a group of around twenty urban forest enthusiasts met to explore Rouge Park with LEAF and learn more about what makes this majestic park so special. We walked and chatted about biodiversity and the challenges facing Canada’s premier urban wilderness park, while enjoying the warm and sunny weather!
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Adopt-a-Park-Tree Keeps Spreading!

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Cedarvale AAPT volunteers
The past two weekends marked the official launch of three new Adopt-a-Park-Tree programs. The spirit of stewardship and civic engagement was alive and vibrant as local residents took action to help care for their young park trees. When people get involved with their urban forest, we really see the benefits!
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