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Urban Forest Master Plan takes root at Dalhousie
This year, Dr. Peter Duinker, in collaboration with HRM’s urban forestry staff, oversaw the planting of more than 1,500 trees throughout the city under the city’s first Urban Forest Master Plan (UMFP). The plan is to improve the city’s urban forest, and ensure a sustainable future for trees and biodiversity in Halifax.
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