Ottawa mayor issues National Tree Planting Challenge

June 2007
Landscape Trades;Jun2007, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p26
Trade Publication
The article reports on the launch of Ottawa city's new Tree Reforestation and Environmental Enhancement (TREE) Program in Ontario. The launch was led by Mayor Larry O'Brien and the program is said to pose as a challenge to Canadian municipalities to follow the city's lead as part of the United Nations Plant for the Planet: Billion Tree Campaign. The TREE Program supports the city's campaign to enhance its urban and rural forests through tree planting.


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