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P & A Urban Forestry Consulting Ltd.
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There was much to learn and much to discuss last weekend at the #OUFC Urban Forest Forum. 

A healthy urban forest is necessary in any city, as it has ecological benefits, health benefits for residents, and even economic benefits in terms of real estate and commercial sectors. 

In 2013, Toronto City Council approved a plan to increase the canopy cover to 40%. More trees means more benefits as long as we keep them healthy.
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Fall is well underway and most of us have had our first snowfall. Please take the time to check the trees on your property before the winter moves in. Be prepared for winter weather!
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Autumn Tree Fact Friday!
Beech and Oak trees are among the latest to lose their leaves, often keeping leaves on their branches well into the winter. This is known as marcescence - the retention of dead plant matter that is usually shed.
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Fall is officially here!
This is the perfect time to check the trees on your property. Weaker trees tend to change colour and lose their leaves early. 
Be sure to check your property so you can be prepared for another Canadian winter!
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Exciting announcement! P & A Urban Forestry Consulting will be at the Richmond Hill Heritage Village Festival on Saturday, June 14th. Stop by to say hello, enter prize draws, and pick up some free stuff!

Plus, if you book an assessment before June 15th, you'll receive 10% off!
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Today, the new issue of #MunicipalWorld  was published, featuring an article about urban forestry co-written by our own Peter Wynnyczuk! 
http://www.municipalworld.com/index.php/Magazine/Index
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Lots of snow in Apsley this week. I had to shovel the snow off the roof myself. Good luck to everyone experiencing a snow storm today!
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