Toronto to celebrate National Tree Day

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Toronto City staff will join partner representatives from Tree Canada and Telus along with approximately 50 volunteers to plant over 75 trees to celebrate National Tree Day.

National Tree Day falls on the Wednesday of National Forest Week each September to celebrate and recognize the impact trees have on community health and well-being. During National Forest Week, Canadians are invited to learn more about Canada’s forest heritage and raise awareness about this valuable and renewable resource.

Date: Wednesday, September 21
Time: 10 to 11 a.m.
Location: Eglinton Flats Park, 101 Emmett Ave. About Tree Canada
Tree Canada is a not-for-profit charitable organization established to encourage Canadians to plant and care for trees in urban and rural environments. Tree Canada engages Canadian companies, government agencies and individuals to support the planting of trees, the greening of schoolyards and other efforts to sensitize Canadians to the benefits of planting and maintaining trees. Since 1992, more than 80 million trees have been planted, over 580 schoolyards have been greened and Tree Canada has helped organize eleven national urban forest conferences. – CINEWS

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