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Dedicated Volunteers Plant New Foilage at High Park Station Toronto
Toronto

On a very rainy evening on October 5, 2010, LEAF staff and volunteers work extremely hard to beautify a strip of land in front of High Park Station, part of an ongoing effort enhance the exteriors of Toronto transit stations.

LEAF is an incorporated, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the protection and improvement of the urban forest.  

http://www.yourleaf.org

Copyright: Digital Properties.Ca Bryan Groulx
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Taken: 06/10/2010
Uploaded: 06/10/2010
Updated: 03/07/2014
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Tags: ttc; leaf; transit; nature; non-profit; rain; outdoors; people; volunteer
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