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09/11/2016 Christie Pits Tree Tour & Adopt-a-Park-Tree Launch Central West Free

Join us for a guided tour to learn about some of the special trees in Christie Pits Park. Following the tour, we will give the young trees in the park some hands-on tree care, so prepare to get your hands dirty! If you're feeling inspired by what you've learned, you can sign up to adopt your very own park tree. All ages are welcome, and fresh-baked treats from the wood-fired oven will be provided! Please be sure to wear closed-toe shoes. Tour Leaders: LEAF's Young Urban Forest Leaders Kristina Banatova, Lucy Szczeniak, Meredith Gibson, Monica Khaper, and Fletcher Herman

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