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LEAF Tree Tour
Toronto
A scene from a weekend local park Tree Tour hosted by LEAF, a non-profit organization whose directive is to promote the preservation of forests and local green initiatives. This informative and free walking tour was hosted by Amanda Gomm. More information at www.yourleaf.org
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Uploaded: 25/06/2010
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Tags: leaf; tree tours; forest appreciation; nature conservation
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