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LEAF UFSN Official Launch Trinity Bellwoods Park
Toronto

On April 5, 2011, Local Enhancement Appreciation of Forests along with our five other Founding Members (Neighbourwoods on the Grand, ReForest London, Peterborough Green-UP, OFGAC and ReLEAF Hamilton) held events to officially launch the newly created Urban Forest Stewardship Network (UFSN) and the website http://ufsn.ca.

The website is designed to facilitate an exchange of ideas, resources and contacts for those community groups and individuals in Ontario interested in improving their local urban forest.

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