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Maple Sweets and Fall Treats

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The sugar maple tree is a historical icon here in Canada. Not only is the leaf our national symbol, but it also shows a vibrant display of fall colour each autumn and it provides us with a very delectable treat in the spring - maple syrup!
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Forage for yummy food in your own backyard!

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Are you hungry to plant some native edibles in your yard this spring? We are excited to announce our brand new edible shrub bundles that will help transform your yard into a sweet and delicious landscape!
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First Remembrance Day Trees Honour Fallen WW1 Soldiers

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Six beautiful maple trees have stood tall in front of the Lambton Park Community School for 97 years. On the 100th anniversary of the school, these trees were recognized as heritage trees through Forests Ontario’s Heritage Tree Program, highlighting their importance in the history of our nation, as well as the local Lambton Park community.
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Two very precious trees: Jacqui’s Story

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This spring, I had the honour of meeting Jacqui, a two-time LEAF tree owner. Both of Jacqui’s trees have such sentimental meaning that I wanted to share her story with you!
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The Tree of Life

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The tree of life is a widespread mythological symbol crossing all cultures and dating back to ancient times. For some, the tree of life symbolizes immortality and for others it symbolizes a larger connection to life within the cosmos. In arboriculture though, “the tree of life” is just another common name for the eastern white cedar (Thuja occidentalis).
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