Friday, October 23, 2009

NeighbourWoods ’hoods selected for tree program; Kelowna, British Columbia

NeighbourWoods ’hoods selected for tree program
Kelowna neighbourhoods will receive trees delivered by City staff on Oct. 24 to mark International Day of Climate Action.
The NeighbourWoods pilot project was designed by the City’s Parks Services to increase the Kelowna’s urban tree canopy, one neighbourhood at a time. Residents signed up a minimum of 20 properties to have trees delivered to their neighbourhood at a reduced cost of $30 per tree.
The neighbourhoods selected to receive trees on Saturday are Quail Ridge, Glenmore, Clifton Road and Downtown. Trees will also be delivered at a later date to a 58-unit complex in Rutland run by the Okanagan Housing Cooperative

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