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Casa Loma LEAF Tree Tour
Toronto

LEAF's Lauren Brown and Casa Loma's Manager of Grounds & Horticulture, Bruce Scott, host a Tree Tour on the grounds of Toronto's famous Casa Loma.

Participants learned about Casa Loma's trees and gardens, our city's evolving urban canopy and how citizens can help preserve it.

Toronto Tree Tours is a program of "Local Enhancement and Appreciation of Forests (LEAF)" a not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to the protection and improvement of the urban forest through education, training and planting initiatives.

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Taken: 14/08/2010
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Updated: 03/07/2014
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