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LEAF Humber Bay Park West
Toronto

The shoreline of Humber Bay Park West in Toronto on a gorgeous weekend October afternoon.

LEAF, a Toronto-based registered non-profit organization, which works to educate the population about nature preservation and the "urban forest" works tirelessly once again to plant in a wonderful area of this park with a group of determined and energetic group of youth volunteers in association with a local chapter of the YMCA.

Copyright: Digital Properties.Ca Bryan Groulx
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Subida: 17/10/2010
Actualizado: 03/07/2014
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Tags: leaf; tree tours; ymca; tree preservation; education; nature; people; toronto lakeshore
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