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Skyline Plants Trees at Green Legacy Program in Wellington County

Posted On July 13, 2017

On Wednesday July 12, 2017, Skyline staff got their hands dirty as they volunteered for the first time at Green Legacy, North America's largest municipal tree planting program, located in Puslinch, Ontario. We transplanted 1130 sprouted tree seedlings which will eventually grow and mature to be planted throughout Wellington County. Green Legacy's trees are grown for the purpose of reforestation and creating natural wind/snow barriers on roadways. We're proud to have been able to participate in this worthy cause!

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Planting the seedlings


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