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Earth Day project

Mapleton’s Green Legacy tree distribution day was April 22 at the municipal maintenance facility on Sideroad 16. By 9am a steady stream of Mapleton residents was picking up the 5,500 pre-ordered trees. In addition to monetary donations, food bank items filled five large rural recycling bins. Here, Parker and Paul Douglas pick up their red pine trees. The Ontario Green Leaf Challenge is a program of the Ontario government and Forests Ontario inviting all Ontarians to plant three million trees in 2017. Residents can add their planted trees to the online counter, which will map and track trees planted across the province. The website www.greenleafchallenge.ca also provides resources to connect residents with local tree planting events and resources. For more information contact Stephanie Prince at 1-877-646-1193 ext. 225.     Photo by Caroline Sealey

Earth Day project

May 19, 2017

 
 

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