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11/09/2015

Students, parks giving dead ash trees new life in Richmond Hill

Thanks to a partnership with the Toronto Region Conservation Authority and Sawmill Sid Inc., the wood from Richmond Hill?s ash trees was milled and donated to the Waldorf School in Thornhill.

11/09/2015

MEDIA RELEASE: From Tragedy to Triumph -- An Ash Tree Success Story

The destruction of thousands of trees in the GTA by a tiny insect known as the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), has been a heavy blow for municipalities and their residents. A new video tells the story of how group of highly motivated and creative people joined forces to repurpose the wood devastated by EAB in surprising and lucrative ways.

11/09/2015

VIDEO: From Tragedy to Triumph -- An Ash Tree Success Story

The destruction of thousands of trees in the GTA by a tiny insect known as the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), has been a heavy blow for municipalities and their residents. A new video tells the story of how group of highly motivated and creative people joined forces to repurpose the wood devastated by EAB in surprising and lucrative ways.

10/27/2015

Mississauga remakes Lakeview's long-lost waterfront

Stretching along Lake Ontario from the old Lakeview generating station to the Toronto line at Marie Curtis Park, the massive waterfront restoration project will re-create 26 hectares of wetlands, forest, meadow and beach destroyed to make way for military and industrial uses over the past century.

10/16/2015

How muck from the mouth of the Don River becomes new land for the Leslie Street Spit

In this fascinating article, Toronto Life details the intricate process and challenges of keeping the Keating Channel accessible by dredging and redepositing mud and silt.